One Sea has welcomed Sea Machines Robotics as its latest recruit and management board member.
Blu Wireless has announced the results of its maritime 5G trials that demonstrated industry record-breaking uplink speeds, some 3-4 times faster than those of competitors.
ABS has published a whitepaper proposing a goal-based framework for future rules to enable autonomous vessel operations.
Norwegian technology company Vissim, together with project partner M-Nav Solutions, has successfully installed and upgraded an advanced coastal monitoring and surveillance system designed to ensure safer vessel navigation in Papua New Guinea’s waters.
Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics, which develops autonomous command and control systems for commercial vessels, has announced the formation of a strategic advisory board made up of internationally recognised industry leaders who will bring vast experience and valued guidance to the company.
ABS has awarded Approval in Principle (AIP) to technology in an autonomous tug project from ST Engineering, POSH and M1.
Rolls-Royce and Sea Machines Robotics have announced a new partnership to provide a complete set of fully and semi-autonomous vessel control solutions via a single source.
A new ABS Guide for Autonomous and Remote-Control Functions sets out a goal-based framework for the implementation of these technologies on vessels and offshore units and introduces two new notations.
One Sea has released a new white paper focusing on the relationship between ship safety and autonomous technology.
Mitsui O.S.K. Line. (MOL) and Autonomous Control Systems Laboratory (ACSL) have successfully used a made-in-Japan flying drone to inspect the hold of a MOL-operated coal carrier.
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