A crewless, intuitive robotic boat that was retracing the sea voyage of the 1620 Mayflower has landed close to the Plymouth Rock.
Sea trial aims to contribute to the user case and development of S-100 and marks first time S-100 data is tested aboard an unmanned or autonomous vessel
Marine system supplier has installed and commissioned the hybrid-electric propulsion system and other equipment on the next generation autonomous research vessel
The 15-meter vessel is designed to provide scientists with a flexible and cost-effective platform for collecting critical data about the health of the ocean and further the technological development of marine autonomous systems.
Videosoft’s adaptive low bandwidth video streaming technology has been selected and installed on the Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS) to help relay high-quality footage of the ship’s various missions back to humans on land.
This is Artie – the world’s one and only, seven-armed octopus chatbot
Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS) is fully-autonomous and is the world’s first full-sized vessel to set transatlantic voyage with zero crew members.
After over 3 years of large scale renovations of the Mayflower II, the beloved ship is now ready to depart for its final voyage home to Plymouth on July 20, 2020.
Retracing the voyage of its famous 17th-century namesake vessel, the Mayflower Autonomous Ship is set to become one of the world’s first fully autonomous, unmanned vessels to cross the Atlantic.