How to implement remote inspection in the nuclear energy sector?



Inspection plays a major role in any type of manufacturing as it ensures that the products comply with international standards over the course of their lifecycle. Due to travel restriction during the pandemic, it is impossible to carry out classic on-site inspection. Therefore, many manufacturers started turning towards remote inspection using augmented or assisted reality – And they never looked back. 

Do you also want to become a forerunner of this innovative technology and implement it at your company? Watch our webinar to find out how to get started.


watch the webinar to get first-hand knowledge from our experts about:

  • The newest developments in the remote inspection technology
  • The areas of implementation of remote inspection
  • The benefits of remote inspection for equipment manufacturer or an authority like you
  • The most important points to be considered during implementation and how to avoid common mistakes

About the speakers

Bryan FloppMr. Bryan Fülopp

I&C Qualification Expert, TÜV SÜD 

As the I&C Qualification Expert in TÜV SÜD, Bryan qualifies digital instrumentation and control systems for nuclear power plants in compliance with various ISO and IEC standards. As part of the Remote Inspections implementation team in TÜV SÜD, he has the opportunity to use the newest technology to enhance efficiency of clients' projects and reduce costs at the same time. With a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology and 3 years of work experience in functional safety, Bryan has a deep understanding in electrical, electronic, and programmable systems related to functional safety.


Christoph Gatzen

Mr. Christoph Gatzen

Head of I&C and Electrical Division
Head of Inspection Body (DIN EN ISO/IEC 17020:2012 accredited), TÜV SÜD

As the head of I&C and Electrical Division, Christoph works with many teams of highly motivated experts, running national as well as international projects, involving testing and certification of different I&C equipment. In his 25+ years of career, he has gained skills and experience in multiple electrical and control systems (Class 1, 2 and 3 design) in several nuclear power plants in Germany and internationally. Christoph is an advocate for the implementation of smart glasses services in TÜV SÜD as he believes that digitalisation and remote services are the future of the nuclear industry.


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