Maritime Autonomous Systems News
Robosys Secures a Contract From Legacy Marine for Supply of an AI-Driven Autonomous Control System for A 9.5m USV
Robosys Automation, the AI-driven maritime autonomy & smart-shipping specialist, has secured a contract from Legacy Marine of South Africa, for the supply and integration of AI systems for a fully autonomous USV. The bespoke fully autonomous AI-driven unmanned surface vessel (USV) has been designed by Icarus Marine and will be constructed by Legacy Marine, which is headquartered in Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha), South Africa.
The UK Maritime Autonomous Systems Regulatory Working Group's 9th conference, titled MASSive Development, is set to take place on January 16 and 17, 2024. It will be a virtual conference produced and directed by UKi Media & Events, organisers of the Autonomous Ship Technology Expo & Symposium 2024.
The AutoNaut Unscrewed Surface Vessel (USV), built in the UK, has been purchased by the Barbados Meteorological Services (BMS) to provide data to assist with Hurricane tracking. The sensors on board will provide BMS scientists with humidity, conductivity, temperature, depth, wind and wave data. This will allow the scientist to monitor and observe the changes as different weather patterns approach the island of Barbados.
Sonardyne Inc are delighted to announce the appointment of Aquatic Sensors as resellers as part of their growth in the US marine technology market.
Leading uncrewed surface vessel (USV) designer and builder, SEA-KIT International, has unveiled a proprietary vessel control system (VCS) that harnesses the latest technological advances to enhance the capability of its commercially successful vessel designs.
Robosys and Landau Marine have partnered to unlock AI driven full stack maritime autonomy for naval operations
The cutting-edge capabilities of AutoNaut's Uncrewed Surface Vehicle (USV) will be displayed at the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) exhibition 2023
Green hydrogen-fuelled uncrewed vessel to lead the way to a Net Zero future.
Society of Maritime Industries (SMI), is staging an event aiming to galvanise the UK’s world leading marine robotics sector during London International Shipping Week.
Building on data collected at the SMI Futures launch event in Edinburgh earlier this year, the report explores the factors influencing the acquisition and retention of maritime talent.
Marine Autonomy Challenge (MAChallenge)
This exciting challenge is open to teams of students studying at UK universities. The first phase involves a video submission and the finals take place in November this year. Each qualifying team will be provided with an industry simulator to enable them to build the autonomous behaviours required to achieve a series of challenges.Enter Now