Sea Machines builds Autonomous Control & Remote Command Systems to upgrade the operation of existing or new build marine vessels. Our technology can be used for unmanned piloting of vessels to improve productivity and efficiency as well as safe operations in hazardous environments.
Sea Machines’ Autonomous Control System for work boats uses common vessel-based instruments and proprietary algorithms to give the watercraft a degree of self-awareness, enabling the boat to efficiently self-motor from point-to-point while avoiding active & passive obstacles or collaborate in tandem with another vessel. The system links to all on-board propulsion, steering, and thrust machinery for active vessel control as well as necessary instruments and sensors. A remote user interface is provided for command and control as well as data reception from the autonomous vessel.
Sea Machines’ proprietary industrial control architecture that is specially-developed with robustness and reliability, absolutes for hard-working vessels. Standardized with pilot-ready navigation and common task algorithms. With built-in middleware to accept 3rd party software plug ins for payload control and data collection.
Self-driving boats: The next tech transportation race. Article link »
Sea Machines announces release of the Sea Machines 300 Autonomy System. Press Release link »
Crowley’s Todd Busch Joins Sea Machines board of directors. Article link »
East Boston startup Sea Machines just put their second unmanned surface vessel in the water. Article link »
We welcome Phil Bourque to the crew as Director of Business Development. Article link »
Sea Machines is bringing autonomous self-driving systems to the world of workboats. Article link »
Sea Machines Robotics Inc. has raised $1.5 million to support beta tests of its marine self-driving system. Article link »
Sea Machines Robotics was named a $50,000 GOLD-level Boston winner at the annual MassChallenge Awards. Article link »
Sea Machines Robotics autonomous vessel technology featured in Boston Globe newspaper on July 29, 2016. Article link »
SEA MACHINES look at how to improve the safety and efficiency of spill recovery and other operations. Article link »
U.S.-based Sea Machines is developing unmanned work boats for the maritime and offshore industries. Article link »
Sea Machines and Founder Michael Gordon Johnson appears in issue of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News Magazine. Article link »