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News Sea Machines Exhibits at AUSVI’s XPONENTIAL 2020, Leads Three Roundtable Discussions

October 6, 2020

Sea Machines is showing up in full force this week for AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2020, the largest trade show and conference for the unmanned systems industry. In addition to attending the event’s educational sessions, Sea Machines will be available for networking at the company’s virtual booth and will host several Roundtable Discussions today and tomorrow. View the full line-up of activities below.

Autonomous Marine Systems in Action
Tues., Oct 6, at 12:00 p.m. (EST)
Get to know the leading developer of autonomous-command and remote-helm control systems for workboats and other surface vessels in this interactive Roundtable Discussion. Learn about what types of autonomous systems are available now and the practical applications for them, as well as what’s coming in the near future. Space is limited.

Sea Machines: SM300 Autonomous Command & Control System Live Demo
Wed., Oct. 7, at 12:00 p.m. (EST)
Sea Machines will host an engaging demonstration of our commercially available SM300 autonomous-command and remote-helm control system as a real-time Roundtable Discussion event.  Attendees can expect to see a shore-based operator command and control a Sea Machines workboat in the Boston Harbor. During the demo, you will have the chance to observe the following vessel behaviors:

  • Autonomous path following;
  • Autonomous collaborative following;
  • Remote payload control;
  • Remote vessel monitoring, and more.

To request more information about our systems or a personalized demonstration, contact us. Space is limited.

Application for Marine Autonomy Supporting VTOL Missions
Wed., Oct. 7, at 2:00 p.m. (EST)
As the lead contractor for a Department of Defense (DoD) Autonomous VTOL Replenishment Vessel project, Sea Machines will discuss how autonomous aerial and marine surface systems can be used together to support Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) missions. To learn more about Sea Machines’ DoD project, click here. Space is limited.

Sea Machines looks forward to connecting with attendees of AUSVI’s XPONENTIAL 2020.