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Exhibiting Aquatic Drones in the Port of Rotterdam in the presence of 5000+ international guests

April 26, 2018

 

'The insight from which we started is that robotics is very promising for society'. There is a great demand for maintenance data in the maritime world. But the costs are too high and usually a lot of different data has to be collected. Water authorities and companies do not always have sufficient insight into the effect of maintenance.

Aquatic Drones are a solution: a sailing platform that collects data that can be used for all kinds of applications. For example, maintenance inspections can be carried out cheaper and more sustainably in places that are normally difficult to reach. 'We look for areas that we believe technology can have added value for people.'

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