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Remotely operated vessels? Seaowl makes it real


published on 30 June 2021 5 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "marlinkmedia". Originally published on 2021-05-21.
The remote control of ships is in development across the maritime industry and the technology enabling it presents opportunities to improve operations and safety, while reducing costs. In this film, we look at the successful SeaOwl Remotely Operated Services at Sea (ROSS) project, with commentary from some of the many people involved in its development.
Learn more: https://marlink.com/remoteops/
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