Rolls-Royce and Sea Machines Robotics announce a new collaboration that will deliver comprehensive remote command, autonomous control and intelligent crew support systems to the marine market and complement Rolls-Royce’s mtu NautIQ marine automation portfolio.
Delivering in May 2021, the newly built 90-ton bollard pull Rachael Allen will be the first U.S.-Flag harbor tug to integrate autonomous systems in real-world commercial operations.
Collaboration supports Damen strategy of increased sustainability, digitalization and operational excellence
Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics, a leading developer of autonomous systems for ocean-going vessels and workboats, announced today that it has closed a new $15 million financing round with significant participation by HII.
U.S.-based Sea Machines Robotics, a leading developer of autonomous command and advanced perception systems, announced that Amsterdam-based Deep BV will upgrade one of its survey vessels with a Sea Machines SM300 autonomous control system.
An Industry First that Frees Pilots from the Wheelhouse, Adds Flexibility in Vessel Control