Seadronix launches smart ship plugin system

Korean company Seadronix has launched its new Rec-SEA Plugin, an AI-driven software that aims to transform existing vessels into ‘smart ships’, utilising onboard sensors such as LiDAR and RADAR.

The system includes five modules designed to augment navigation and safety, with functionality such as generation of 3D maps, optimisation of navigation paths, detection of maritime objects and personnel, and real-time tracking of objects around the ship.

“The introduction of the Rec-SEA Plugin is a monumental step towards autonomous maritime navigation,” said Seadronix’s CEO, Byelteo Park.

“It embodies our vision of equipping navigators with cutting-edge tools to maximise vessel potential, assist navigators to reduce errors, and thereby enhance safety and operational efficiency.”

The technology is now available, with the company expecting the first international installations to be completed in the latter half of 2024.

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