Marine Advanced Robotics, Inc.
We are creating the future of marine robotics for the Blue Economy. Our WAM-V® is a technological leap forward in ASVs (Autonomous Surface Vessels) with proven effectiveness to support multiple marine industries. WAM-Vs increase operational capabilities, decrease risk, lower cost, save time and can be disassembled for economical shipment anywhere in the world.
The Wave Adaptive Modular Vessel (WAM-V) is an innovative class of watercraft using a unique technology that radically improves seagoing capabilities. The articulating system uses springs, shocks and ball joints to minimize structural loading. The result is an ultra-light vessel that can perform in sea conditions where an ordinary boat of similar size could no longer operate.
Marine Advanced Robotics, Inc. (FKA Marine Advanced Research, Inc.) was founded in 2004 by a small group of Silicon Valley innovators. In 2007, the 100 ft (30 m) Proteus was launched in the San Francisco Bay, introducing the WAM-V (Wave Adaptive Modular Vessel) to the world. For the past decade, we have continued to design, manufacture, and refine the WAM-V technology. WAM-Vs currently operates in 10 countries and range in size from 2.5 m to 30 m in length.
Marine Advanced Robotics
Richmond Field Station
1301 South 46th Street
Richmond, California 94804-4600
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