Want to learn more about how drones are being used in Marine and Offshore Business applications?
Join this webinar for insights into how professionals from Bureau Veritas, one of the world’s leading Classification Societies, are using drones in their operations. The webinar will feature typical use cases for drones in Marine applications, as well as the benefits of using drones for marine and offshore inspections, including improved safety, savings, and efficiency.
The webinar will feature 20 minutes of use case presentations and 35 minutes of a panel discussion and Q&A, where you can have your questions answered live by experts in Marine and Offshore inspections from Bureau Veritas.
Vincent Joly—Bureau Veritas
Vincent Joly has worked for Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore for 17 years. In that time he has held various operational positions throughout the world, including in France, China, and Korea, where he has helped oversee surveys onboard ships and offshore units. He was also key account manager, operational support, and acted as a consultant for new construction projects of cruise ships.
Since 2018, Vincent has been in charge of digital transformation programs at Bureau Veritas, helping to lead the effort for the organization’s Digital Classification strategy, which is aimed at leveraging digital technologies to transform its Classification operating model.
In this role, Vincent has helped implement the use of drones for remote surveys in confined spaces on several types of ships, including LNG carriers, VLCC, and Ferries, conducting tests of drone and other technology in order to confirm that it meets Bureau Veritas’s operational needs for the inspection of a ship’s structure.
Damien Thiery—Bureau Veritas
Damien Thiery has been in Bureau Veritas’ Marine & Offshore division for eight years. He began his work as a technical advisor with a focus on extending the longevity of floating offshore units. After five years in that role, he moved on to become an offshore structural engineer and project manager, overseeing the design review of offshore units, oil tankers, gas carriers, and renewable energy projects.
At the start of this year, Damien was put in charge of support and development for new technologies for offshore applications from an operational point of view, including the use of drones for marine inspections.