One Sea adds AI specialists to autonomous vessels association

International association for autonomous maritime transport One Sea reports that it has added two new members, welcoming Marine AI and Marautec to the fold.

Both companies will bring experience in the use of AI technologies to the group, expected to be an important element in the future development of autonomous systems.

 “We are delighted to welcome Marine AI and Marautec to the One Sea Association,” said One Sea Secretary General, Sinikka Hartonen.

“As technology continues to advance and the use of artificial intelligence increases, particularly in solutions designed for automated and autonomous operations, a mutual understanding of how such technologies can be safely implemented at sea is essential. We very much look forward to collaborating with both companies towards our common goals.”

Based in the UK, Marine AI uses cognitive artificial intelligence to support maritime operations, with experience in manned and unmanned marine vehicle design and manufacture. The company’s GuardianAI software stack deploys AI to power COLREGs-compliant software for vessel decision support.

Marautec specialises in AI-enabled visual detection and data fusion technology for the maritime sector, providing situational awareness technology for navigational safety and maritime autonomous surface ships (MASS) in China. The company is also a founding member of the Shipping AI Data Center.

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