Sea Machines to Serve as Leading Expert on Autonomous-Command & Advanced Perception Technology during 2019 WorkBoat Show

Company Will Also Host Live Demonstrations of its SM300 System from Booth #3137 Press Release - Boston-based Sea Machines will serve as the leading authority on the subject of autonomous-command and advanced perception technology during three separate panel discussions at this year’s International WorkBoat Show, scheduled for December 4 through 6, at the … [Read more...]

Sea Machines and MARAD to Demonstrate Autonomous Tech in Oil-Spill Response Operations

Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics says it has entered into cooperative agreement with the U.S. Maritime Administration to test the use of autonomous technology in marine oil-spill response operations. Under the agreement, Sea Machines will install its SM300 autonomous-command system aboard a Marine Spill Response Corp. (MSRC)-owned MARCO skimming vessel and execute a … [Read more...]

Sea Machines Announces Partnership with Hike Metal to Demonstrate Capabilities of Marine Autonomy during Search-and-Rescue Missions

Press Release - Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics announced today a new partnership with Hike Metal, a world-class manufacturer of workboats based in Ontario, Canada, to integrate Sea Machines’ SM300autonomous vessel control system aboard commercial vessels tasked with search-and-rescue (SAR) missions. The collaboration will help develop and demonstrate the capabilities of … [Read more...]

Sea Machines Raises $10 Million to Further Advance Autonomous Tech in Shipping

Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics has closed a $10 million Series A investment which will help the company further develop autonomous technology for use aboard ships.. The investment marks one of the largest venture rounds for a marine- and maritime-focused technology company and brings the total capital Sea Machines has raised to $12.5M. Sea Machines will use the funds … [Read more...]

Maersk to Test AI-Powered Situational Awareness System Aboard a Containership

Maersk Line will test what is claimed to be the world’s first AI-powered situational awareness system aboard one of its containerships. The world’s largest shipping company has partnered with Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics to trial the tech company’s industry-leading perception and situational awareness technology aboard one of Maersk’s newbuild ice-class container … [Read more...]