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ABB & Keppel Offshore & Marine successfully complete sea trials for autonomous collision avoidance


published on 24 August 2022 61 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "abbmarine". Originally published on 2022-08-23.
ABB in collaboration with Keppel Offshore & Marine (Keppel O&M), has successfully verified autonomous collision avoidance capabilities of ABB Ability™ Marine Pilot technology. Digital technologies from ABB have enabled the harbor tug Maju 510 to become the first vessel in the world to receive Autonomous and Remote-Control Navigation Notation from ABS classification society and first Singapore-flagged vessel to receive the Smart (Autonomous) Notation from Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore.

Learn more about ABB Ability Marine Pilot offering here:
https://new.abb.com/marine/systems-and-solutions/digital/abb-ability-marine-pilot


For more insights on the steps towards maritime autonomy, go to:
https://new.abb.com/marine/stepwise-to-autonomy
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