If you’re planning to attend the 2019 International WorkBoat Show, then Sea Machines looks forward to connecting with you. Visit us in Booth #3137 to learn about the industry’s leading autonomous-command and advanced-perception technology for workboats. There you can also watch one of four demonstrations of our autonomous vessels operating on the water live from Boston.
Sea Machines is honored to serve as an expert panelist for several thought-provoking discussions, as detailed below.
Sea Machines Speaking Engagements
Sea Machines and the U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD) will share details about our recent success in demonstrating the effectiveness of autonomous-command and remote-helm technology in increasing the productivity, speed and safety of commercial spill response operations. Sea Machines will also discuss the commercial availability of our technology, as well as other industry applications.
Sea Machines and ZF Marine Propulsion Systems will discuss the evolving technology behind vessel intelligence and will help ferry operators understand how they can best utilize these industry-revolutionizing systems. We will also discuss the cutting-edge digital systems, such as A.I.-empowered marine camera vision, that are on the roadmap to full vessel intelligence.
Sea Machines, Siemens, HamiltonJet and Metal Shark will share how shipbuilders that offer autonomous marine technologies can develop a reputation for innovation, a competitive market advantage and new revenue streams. We will also provide insight about what’s involved during the installation of such technology aboard commercial marine surface vessels.
Live Demos: Sea Machines Booth 3137
Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 4 – 5 | 10:00 a.m. & 2:00 p.m.
We will host engaging demonstrations of our commercially available SM300 autonomous-command and remote-helm control system from our booth #3137. The demonstrations are scheduled for 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 4, and Thurs., Dec 5. Attendees can expect to see a New Orleans-based operator command and control a workboat more than 1,500 miles away in Boston waters. During these live events, guests will observe the following vessel behaviors:
- Autonomous path following;
- Autonomous collaborative following;
- Remote payload control;
- Remote vessel monitoring;
- Obstacle detection and collision avoidance, and more.
To schedule one-on-one time with a member of the Sea Machines team during the show, contact us.