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Talk-34: Sea Machine Robotics

Don Black, Sea Machine Robotics

Sea Machines Robotics is a forward-looking, autonomous technology company that specializes in advanced control technology for workboats and other commercial surface vessels. Based in Boston and operating globally, the company is driven by a crew of mariners, engineers, coders and autonomy scientists. With a number of products currently on the market and more on the horizon Sea Machines has excelled at applying cutting edge technology to real-world problems. It's flagship product the SM300 is a vessel intelligence system providing "operator-in-the loop" autonomous command and control, plus direct remote-control operation via wireless belt pack. An SM300 installed vessel will be on hand at MOOS-DAWG to demonstrate the mission planning, monitoring and autonomous capabilities of the system.

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