Sea Machines gains financial support to develop autonomous containerships

December 17, 2018 Gavin van Marle

The prospect of unmanned container vessels serving global container supply chains took another step forward today.
Sea Machines Robotics, a US developer of autonomous vessels, announced it had raised $10m from venture capital funds.
The investors were led by Accomplice VC and Eniac Ventures, but also include Toyota AI Ventures, TechNexus Venture Collaborative, NextGen VP, Geekdom Fund, Launch Capital and LDV Capital, and brings Sea Machines’ external funding up to $12.5m.
Boston-headquartered Sea Machines, which ...

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