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SEA.AI alerts crews early and reliably about objects on the surface of the water. Using latest camera technology in combination with artificial intelligence, SEA.AI detects and classifies objects, including those that escape conventional systems such as Radar or AIS: unsignalled craft, floating obstacles, buoys, inflatables, kayaks and persons over board.

SEA.AI VS. CONVENTIONAL ASSISTANCE SYSTEMS
AIS
RADAR
SEA.AI
Detecting land structures
Detecting squalls / weather fronts
Detecting ships / large boats
Recognizing ships / large boats
Detecting small boats
Recognizing small boats
Detecting persons in water
Dectecting other floating obstacles

BOOST SITUATIONAL AWARENESS

Intelligent, untiring 24-hour multi-purpose lookout with intelligent alarm functions, displaying safety-relevant information in an easy-to understand way.

SEE BETTER THAN THE HUMAN EYE

Detection, identification, monitoring of floating obstacles of any size and kind, by day and night, and even in the most adverse conditions.

MAKE BETTER INFORMED DECISIONS

On-board cameras with integrated image processing and an intuitive interface provide a novel digital understanding of the vessel’s surroundings on water.

SEA.AI SENTRY
For commercial and government use
as well as for use on motor yachts

SEA.AI OFFSHORE
High-tech safety and convenience
for blue water sailors

SEA.AI COMPETITION
For ocean racing and performance
yachts with rotating mast

How it works

SEA.AI computes input from lowlight and thermal on-board cameras to provide a digital understanding of the vessel’s surroundings on the water. The system’s artificial intelligence uses latest Machine Vision technology, best-in-class deep learning capabilities and an ever-growing proprietary database of millions of annotated marine objects.

MODEL PROPERTIES
SENTRY
OFFSHORE
COMPETITION
Day view
Night view
Object recognition
Collision avoidance alarm
Perimeter surveillance alarm
Object tracking
Manual camera control
Electronic 16x zoom
360° rotating camera unit
Use on rotating mast
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