Shoreside support teams have limited visibility into vessel operations at sea. Crew may be subject to time-consuming transfers between shore and the job site. In the process, they may be exposed to toxins, hazards, and challenging sea states and environmental conditions. Work aboard traditionally operated vessels is regularly disrupted for time-consuming and often dangerous vessel-to-vessel crew changes and other human-related breaks.
Command and control vessels from anywhere
From a remote command station, operators can program vessels to autonomously manage voyages over waypoint-missions or using pattern autonomy enabling unmanned or reduced-crew vessel operations. These remote operators can monitor the progress of working autonomous vessels in real time using a common high speed network connection. Remote command using autonomous control of minimally manned or unmanned vessel enables greater operational efficiency and productivity leading to enhanced business results.