Exhibitors to showcase Innovative products to help efficiency
Seawork International will once again feature a plethora of companies showcasing Innovate products to benefit your business, cementing itself as the one-stop-shop for the commercial marine industry.
Seawork provides an efficient B2B platform for launching new and innovative products and services. It enables business to connect with their target audience while capitalising on business opportunities and deals.
Blueye Robotics, will be showcasing its pioneering underwater drone, the Blueye Pioneer. Blueye has it's roots in the highly renowned Centre for Autonomous Marine Operations and Systems (AMOS) at NTNU (The Norwegian University of Science and Technology). Using world leading ocean technology Blueye developed the Pioneer drone in Norway, famous for its rough coastline, and world-leading subsea expertise.
Carefully buoyed, the Pioneer drone is controlled by a series of propellers; weighing less than 8kg and reaching depths of up to 150m, it can go deeper than any diver, and reach speeds up to around 6 knots – fast enough to follow a vessel, Ideal for mapping or monitoring for fish farmers.
To find out more, meet with the Blueye Robotics team on stand, D1, at the Divework Pavilion in the Atlantic Hall.
Torqueedo, a market leader in the fast-growing electric outboard motor industry, will debut its innovative new electric motor at this year’s Seawork International. The new generation, the Cruise 10.0R, is equivalent to a 20HP combustion engine. It boasts 12kW peak power, 10kW continuous power and a voltage level of 48V to deliver impressive, emission-free performance at speeds of up to 17.2knots (31.9km/h).
The Cruise 10.0R weighs 47.2kg in its smallest variation and features a powered tilt function, alongside a maximum RPM standing at 1,400RPM, and 315lbs of static thrust.
Available in three shaft lengths ranging from 38.5cm to 63.9cm, the Cruise 10.0R is suitable for a variety of vessels.
To find out more, meet with the Torqueedo team on stand PO63, in the Pacific Orange Hall.
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