The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has verified the design of the Foss Maritime Company tug Rachael Allen outfitted with the Sea Machines SM300 autonomy system. Rachael Allen will first leverage the autonomy system for routine transit and stand-by operations, and...
Sea Machines Robotics has unveiled AI-ris, a computer-vision navigation sensor designed to improve safety and performance while vessels are underway. It uses digital cameras and AI-processing to detect, track, classify and geolocate objects, vessel traffic and other...
Bureau Veritas has granted type approval to Sea Machines’ commercial wireless remote-control helm system. It means that the wireless control technology embedded in both Sea Machines’ systems has undergone rigorous third-party testing and certification to meet...
With a speed of over 45 knots, the French group CMN Naval has presented what is says is the fastest autonomous interceptor in the world, the UHSI32. The autonomous abilities and features have been developed by CMN in cooperation with Sea Machines Robotics. The UHSI32...
Sea Machines Robotics has completed the world’s first 1000+-nautical-mile autonomous and remotely commanded journey of a commercial vessel at sea. The tug Nellie Bly completed this journey using bio-fuel and was commanded by US Coast Guard-licensed mariners remotely...
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