Sea Machines

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Sea Machines Robotics is a company that develops autonomous control and navigation systems for the commercial marine and boating industries. It offers control systems for boats and ships and specialized unmanned surface vessels to enhance operational safety and productivity on the water.
HQBoston, MA, US

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Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)34(+7%)
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Sea Machines

Michael G. Johnson

Michael G. Johnson

Founder & CEO
Jim Daly

Jim Daly

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Sea Machines Office Locations

Sea Machines has offices in Boston, Esbjerg and Hamburg
Boston, MA, US (HQ)
256 Marginal St Building 16A
Esbjerg, DK
Dokken 16
Hamburg, DE
Wendenstraße 130
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Sea Machines Financials and Metrics

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Sea Machines total Funding

$27.3 m

Sea Machines latest funding size

$15 m

Time since last funding

6 months ago

Sea Machines investors

Sea Machines's latest funding round in July 2020 was reported to be $15 m. In total, Sea Machines has raised $27.3 m
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Sea Machines Operating Metrics

Jul, 2020

Miles Navigated

20.88 k

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Sea Machines News and Updates

Sea Machines raises $15 million for autonomous ship navigation

Autonomous vessel software and systems provider Sea Machines Robotics today closed a $15 million funding round to accelerate deployment of its technologies in the unmanned naval boat and ship market. Sea Machines boldly claims this is one of the largest rounds for a tech company tackling marine and …

Sea Machines Blogs

Newsday: Self-piloting boat could guide itself across LI Sound to supply North Shore food market

In this recent Newsday story, Sea Machines is featured as one of the driving technologies that make First Harvest Navigation a leading innovator in the industry. Our ... Read More

Maritime Reporter TV: Sea Machines & Metal Shark Move Forward on Maritime Autonomy

Top Maritime Trends of 2020: Autonomy In a recent MarineLink article, editor Greg Trauthwein writes, “While work on maritime autonomy has proceeded at speed globally, ... Read More

Blue Economy Podcast: The Future of Autonomous Ships

Don’t miss this Blue Economy Podcast episode featuring Sea Machines’ Founder and CEO Michael G. Johnson and host David Hirschman. The first podcast solely dedicated to covering ... Read More

Sea Machines Webinar Series: Autonomous Cargo Vessels

Marine transportation company First Harvest Navigation recently upgraded vessel operations with a Sea Machines Robotics’ autonomous command and remote-helm control system installed aboard its Captain ... Read More

Herman Sr. Selects Sea Machines’ SM200 Wireless Remote Helm System to Enhance Offshore Tug Operations

(Barendrecht, The Netherlands; November 24, 2020) – Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics, a leading developer of autonomous command and remote-helm control systems, announces today that Herman Sr. BV, ... Read More

Sea Machines Supports U.S. Coast Guard USV Demonstrations in Hawaii

In October, the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Research and Development Center (RDC) kicked off a month-long evaluation of unmanned surface vehicles (USV) and their ability ... Read More
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Sea Machines Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Sea Machines founded?

    Sea Machines was founded in 2014.

  • Who are Sea Machines key executives?

    Sea Machines's key executives are Michael G. Johnson and Jim Daly.

  • How many employees does Sea Machines have?

    Sea Machines has 34 employees.

  • Who are Sea Machines competitors?

    Competitors of Sea Machines include Roborace, Enway and VersaBox.

  • Where is Sea Machines headquarters?

    Sea Machines headquarters is located at 256 Marginal St Building 16A, Boston.

  • Where are Sea Machines offices?

    Sea Machines has offices in Boston, Esbjerg and Hamburg.

  • How many offices does Sea Machines have?

    Sea Machines has 3 offices.