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Robotic Ship Sets Off to Retrace the Mayflower's Journey to New England

NBCBayArea 15 Jun 2021
The 50-foot trimaran, propelled by a solar-powered hybrid electric motor, bristles with artificial intelligence-powered cameras and dozens of onboard sensors that will collect data on ocean acidification, microplastics and marine mammal conservation ... The monetary incentive helps reduce the amount of plastic going into the world's oceans.
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Robotic ship sets off to retrace the Mayflower's journey

Fox31 Denver 15 Jun 2021
The 50-foot (15-meter) trimaran, propelled by a solar-powered hybrid electric motor, bristles with artificial intelligence-powered cameras and dozens of onboard sensors that will collect data on ocean acidification, microplastics and marine mammal conservation.
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Robotic ship sets off to retrace the Mayflower’s journey

Wtop 15 Jun 2021
The 50-foot (15-meter) trimaran, propelled by a solar-powered hybrid electric motor, bristles with artificial intelligence-powered cameras and dozens of onboard sensors that will collect data on ocean acidification, microplastics and marine mammal conservation.
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Australian Science Agency Nixes Tie-Up With Chinese Lab Over Submarine Warfare Concerns

Caixin Online 15 Jun 2021
The decision came a few weeks after Mike Burgess, director-general of the Australian Security Intelligence Organization, called on research organizations to reconsider ocean temperature modelling partnerships with foreign scientists, warning they could be used to support submarine operations against Australia, the report said.
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New Robot ‘Mayflower’ Ship Begins Voyage Recreating Original Route

The Wire Network 15 Jun 2021
ProMare co-founder and project director Brett Phaneuf said the ship is designed to test a variety of different technologies, as well as research the ocean. Computing and artificial intelligence systems supplied by IBM — and more commonly used by financial services firms — help it make decisions at sea without human help.
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New Robot ‘Mayflower' Ship Begins Voyage Recreating Original Route

Voa News 15 Jun 2021
ProMare co-founder and project director Brett Phaneuf said the ship is designed to test a variety of different technologies, as well as research the ocean. Computing and artificial intelligence systems supplied by IBM — and more commonly used by financial services firms — help it make decisions at sea without human help.
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Iran naval presence in Western Hemisphere a turning point: Cmdr.

Irna 14 Jun 2021
Another Iranian destroyer and support vessel passed Persian Gulf, Indian Ocean, Red Sea and they are now sailing towards northern Atlantic Ocean. The domestically manufactured destroyer Sahand and the intelligence-gathering vessel Makran have been dispatched for the mission ... 9376**1424 ....
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A year later, Plymouth 400 ready to remember town’s anniversary

The Patriot Ledger 14 Jun 2021
PLYMOUTH – The town’s quadricentennial commemoration is not over; it’s just a year older. Now that COVID-19 restrictions are being lifted, Plymouth 400 Inc ... to 3 p.m ... Tours are tentatively planned for July 12-18. More ... “The ship uses artificial intelligence and solar power to navigate the Atlantic Ocean,” Pecoraro said ... .
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A fifth ocean? National Geographic adds Southern Ocean to world map

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal 11 Jun 2021
A prior version of this story misstated the name of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. For the first time in over a century, there's a new ocean on the map ... The area is slightly bigger than twice the size of the U.S., the Central Intelligence Agency website says.
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Iranian warship may be sneaking fuel to Venezuela amid US sanctions, report says

New York Post 11 Jun 2021
Iran sends ships to Atlantic Ocean rumored to go to Venezuela ... Iran sends ships to Atlantic Ocean rumored to go to Venezuela ... Iran’s state TV reported Thursday that the Makran, which was converted for use as an intelligence-gathering vessel, was accompanying the Iranian destroyer Sahand on an Atlantic Ocean voyage.
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Why the world is in a shipping crisis

Business Insider 11 Jun 2021
Your favorite brands are paying 10 times the typical price of shipping your stuff across the ocean ... Ocean shipping powers our ability to buy a massive variety of inexpensive stuff ... He's the founder of ocean shipping intelligence firm eeSea ... To reach economies of scale, major ocean carriers began demanding larger ships.
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Iran's ploy to evade US Navy: Islamic Republic will claim tanker 'carrying fast attack craft ...

The Daily Mail 11 Jun 2021
The Makran vessel, which is a converted oil tanker that can carry three million gallons of fuel, is one of two warships currently sailing in the Atlantic Ocean after departing from the Iranian port city of Bandar Abbas last month ... Intelligence has already indicated that the Makran ...
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Iranian warships cross the Atlantic: Vessels believed to be transporting arms head to Venezuela in ...

The Daily Mail 10 Jun 2021
Two Iranian warships, believed to be transporting arms to Venezuela in defiance of US warnings, have reached the Atlantic Ocean, Iran's state TV reported on Thursday ... Footage of #Iran¿s (#IRIN) Navy IRIS Sahand crossing an area of the Atlantic Ocean.
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Ocean Infinity acquires Ambrey

Splash24/7 09 Jun 2021
The acquisition combines Ocean Infinity’s robotic vessels, data, cyber, artificial intelligence, with Ambrey, a global specialist in the provision of security, intelligence, insurance, maritime crisis response and offshore logistics services. Oliver Plunkett, Ocean Infinity’s CEO, said.
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Survey Firm Ocean Infinity Buys Private Maritime Security Company

The Maritime Executive 09 Jun 2021
Historically, Ocean Infinity has not operated in the same market ... "Ocean Infinity’s data and software capabilities will revolutionise Ambrey’s intelligence and insurance services, whilst its robotic surface and sub-surface vessels have huge potential for Ambrey’s shipping and offshore client base," the firm said.

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