Communications of the ACM featured Sea Machines in it’s December “Autonomy on the Water” article, which delved into the diverse applications for autonomous technology on the water today.
“Sea Machines develops command and control systems that can be installed on existing vessels such as tugboats, fireboats, ferries and patrol boats. The systems use proprietary technology to connect a vessel’s propulsion machinery with its navigation sensors, enabling the ship to follow a preset route, collaborate with other vessels, and detect and avoid obstacles.”
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