During last week’s SeaWork Commercial Marine Conference, in Southampton, UK, Sea Machines’ Peter Holm, European director, spoke on the subject of “Ubiquitous Marine Autonomy with Advanced Perception Technology.” His presentation focused on the initial results and performance of Sea Machines’ perception technology currently being used aboard a container ship in Denmark. He explained that as the commercial marine industry demands higher levels of autonomy, the need for advanced perception capabilities will increase considerably. Holm then outlined the ways that Sea Machines’ customers, which include owners and operators of all types of marine surface vessels (from workboats through large ships), are benefiting today from the company’s commercially available, autonomous control technology.

The Sea Machines team enjoyed meeting attendees of this year’s successful SeaWork and appreciate the opportunity to provide thought leadership. To learn more about Sea Machines products, click here.