In keeping with the theme of Safe, Shared Waterways: From Conversation to Action, Sea Machines’ Warren Freda, business development manager, government, will speak about the value autonomous marine technology brings to the commercial marine industry during this week’s 17th Biennial National Harbor Safety Committee Conference in Houston. In his presentation, Freda will discuss the many safety, operational and cost advantages those in the commercial marine industry gain when they add autonomous capabilities to commercial surface vessels. If you plan to participate in this event, be sure to sit in for this informative and engaging session on Tuesday, July 25.

To schedule time to meet with Freda during this event, submit a request here. To learn more about Sea Machines products, click here.

About the 17th Biennial National Harbor Safety Committee Conference
Held on a biennial basis, this marine national transportation event is billed as one of the premier gatherings of waterways stakeholders from the private sector, government agencies and academia.  It has been organized by the Transportation Research Board and co-sponsored by The Lone Star Harbor Safety Committee and The South Texas Waterways Advisory Committee.