Machine Vision
for Safety at Sea

SEA.AI in Action

SEA.AI detects floating objects early, using thermal and optical cameras to catch even objects that escape conventional ­systems such as Radar or AIS: Unsignalled crafts or other floating obstacles, e.g., containers, tree trunks, buoys, inflatables, kayaks, persons over board, etc.

SEA.AI
Offshore

High-tech safety and convenience for blue water sailors

For commercial and government use as well as for use on motoryachts

SEA.AI
Competition

For ocean racing and performance yachts with rotating mast

How it Works

The SEA.AI system computes input from lowlight and thermal cameras, using latest Machine Vision technology, best-in-class deep learning capabilities and a proprietary database of millions of annotated marine objects.

On-board cameras with integrated image processing

Real-time learning of water surface patterns

Proprietary
SEA.AI database

Constant over-the-air updates

On-board UI / UX

Flawless integration with most marine navigation systems

Videos

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References

We are proud to make the most challenging races in the world safer for its competitors.

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SEA.AI alerted me to several very small boats that I could hardly see under the spinnaker, behind the waves, one of which was right in our path. [...] The worst was avoided. Thanks SEA.AI
Samantha Davies
Skipper of the IMOCA Initiatives Coeur,
4th of the Vendée Globe 08/09
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I think SEA.AI is the perfect complement to the current monitoring devices. The strength of SEA.AI lies in its reliable alarm, which other systems don't necessarily feature.
Vincent Riou
Vendée Globe winner 2004
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The SEA.AI system is excellent for safety, sailing alone or with a crew, it doesn't matter, nobody can see at night or in bad weather.
Boris Herrmann
Global Ocean Race winner
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SEA.AI detected twice, small fishing boats that we couldn’t see due to the swell. SEA.AI was ringing but we couldn’t see anything. We finally spotted something and succeeded to avoid a collision.
Maxime Sorel
Winner of the Transat Jacques Vabre & Rolex Fastnet Race
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Reliable safety, easy to use.
Jan S.
Skipper, Amel 50