Maersk Selects Sea Machines for World’s First AI-Powered Situational Awareness System Aboard a Container Ship

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(BOSTON; April 25, 2018) – Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics announces today that it has signed a contract with A.P. Moller-Maersk, of Copenhagen, Denmark, to trial its industry-leading perception and situational awareness technology aboard one of the company’s new-build Winter Palace ice-class container ships. The deal is significant not only to Sea Machines and Maersk, but also to the larger maritime industry as the installation marks first time computer vision, Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) and perception software will be utilized aboard a container vessel to augment and upgrade transit operations.

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Join Sea Machines in London at OCEANOLOGY, March 13 – 15, Booth M500

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Sea Machines is at the Oceanology International in London. Come see us March 13 - 15, at Booth M500. Learn more on the Oceanology International website.

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Autonomous Systems Keep the Screws Turning on Daughter Craft

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Sea Machines’ 1st generation of autonomous technology empowers open-water daughter craft to do much more. Daughter craft are workboats or utility craft that support a mothership. Common operations performed by daughter craft are: bathymetric or hydrographic surveys, search & rescue, oil spill response, seismic operations, fishing fleet support, and security escort. Our system enables: Unmanned Uninterrupted Operations – Most daughter craft lack onboard crew accommodations and there is complete reliance on the mothership for crew facilities and support.

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