At Acteon, we know that fostering a culture of innovation is the key to delivering more commercial and environmental benefits for our customers.
Investing in research and development is essential to driving the disruptive innovation that defines Acteon’s approach to reducing cost and delivering value over the lifecycle of our customers’ projects.
Cloud-based technologies are a key enabler to allow us to deal with large and complex projects while providing a holistic end-to-end solution with a common interface. Our global team uses cloud-based computing to ensure flexibility, efficiency, and security.
Delivering value to our customers is at the heart of Acteon’s research and development strategy. We are not driven by the development of proprietary technologies per se, but rather by incrementally and strategically improving field-proven technologies to adapt to new conditions and new requirements.
EFFICIENCIES FOR RENEWABLES
As the energy industry navigates the transition towards more renewables, we constantly adapt our tools and methods to fit the needs of their new ventures. Our efficient designs and innovative installation methods take into consideration the environmental and commercial constraints of the renewable market, as well as its expansion towards deeper waters and larger turbines.
FLOATING FACILITY INSTALLATION SUPPORT BUYERS GUIDE
It goes without saying that oil and gas field operators expect their floating facilities to be installed safely, on time and within budget. They also welcome increased efficiencies, seamless project management and efficient data integration. Download this e-book for optimised lifetime station-keeping solutions that serve oil and gas fields in any water depth.
SUBSEA ASSET INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT CASE STUDY PACK
Discover four examples of our subsea asset integrity assurance solutions that provide independent, engineered-for-purpose and data-driven solutions for critical supporting marine and subsea infrastructure. Download this e-book for Acteon solutions that serve the operating and late-life project phases.