SEASTEMA starts MARIN project for advancement Unmanned Ships

by 24, Jul, 2020Autonomous, Innovation, Maritime 4.00 comments

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The Puglia Region, as part of these Program Contracts to help the analysis and innovation of large firms, has definitively approved the “MARIN” Project (Integrated Remote Naval Enviromentally friendly Monitoring), with a total investment option of over € 6 , 000, 000 on three years duration.

The opened proposes the conceptual definition linked a multi-functional unmanned marine tool, which integrates and coordinates eminent and underwater drones in some sort of coastal monitoring scenario for enviromentally friendly safety and littoral security surgical treatments, managed remotely, through a mastery station and the aid amongst specific decision support systems. About this context, the enabling like will be developed and affirmed in the field through clinical tests at sea on a Digital Demonstrator. This demonstrator will consist of a deal breaker of sensors in addition to innovative control systems, suitably let out on an existing naval operating system of about 20m in length, by order to allow remote monitor and control from an owner station on the ground.

The project activities are able to take place in Lecce, for the coordination of SEASTEMA (company of the Fincantieri Group), any participation of RINA Consulting in addition to the Co. M. Media (PMI doing work in ICT) as well equally the scientific collaboration of finally the University of Salento and Apphia (Innovative SME).

SEASTEMA will take health care in particular ın the development pertaining to automatic control logics, decision carry and sensor data fusion, very important to provide the remote seller with complete management and situational understanding of the vehicle. MARIN will, no doubt allow SEASTEMA to consolidate associated with further develop its technological skill-sets in the field of self-guided ships, for this prospect of composing in Lecce, due to support and are generally the Puglia Region among other partners, a center of excellence within the maritime sectors with the strongest growth prospects.

Alessandro Concialini, CEO akin to SEASTEMA, commented: “We strongly believe in the roll-out of unmanned ships in addition to the we are particularly proud with put our experience and bckground at the service of some of these a challenging project, which is likely to be the engine of a strong boost of industrial option in the area and ahead. It is thanks to initiatives for this kind that SEASTEMA will, no doubt strengthen its technological leadership with regard to a very competitive sector. ”

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