Armach Robotics promotes John Dunn to Chief Operating Officer
John Dunn Jr., VP Operations at Armach Robotics, Inc., has been promoted to the role of Chief Operating Officer.
Armach Robotics Announces First Successful Over-the-horizon Trial of Hull Service Robot
Armach Robotics, Inc. , has passed a critical milestone by successfully operating its Armach Hull Service Robotic hull cleaning service in full over-the-horizon mode.
Armach Robotics Contributes to Major Biofouling R&D Forum at the International Maritime Organization Headquarters, London, UK
Karl Lander, Director, Regulatory Compliance and Outreach at Armach Robotics, Inc. has today presented at the 2nd GloFouling Partnerships R&D Forum and Exhibition on Biofouling Prevention held at the International Maritime Organization Headquarters in London, UK.
Bellona and Armach launch collaboration
Bellona and Armach launch collaboration - "Biofouling is a global problem, and to solve a global problem we need to collaborate globally. This collaboration aims to accelerate the uptake of proactive hull cleaning, as well as to understand the limits and risks with such solutions", say CEO of Bellona, Hallstein Havåg and VP Growth and Strategy at Armach Robotics, Rob Howard.
Inaugural Exhibition for Armach Robotics Presenting Innovative Hull-Cleaning Solution
Armach Robotics, Inc. (Armach) will be exhibiting at the forthcoming International Workboat Show, 30 November – 2 December at the Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, LA. This will be the first time exhibiting their robotics as a service model for proactive in-water hull cleaning of a ship at the International Workboat.
Armach Robotics Identified as “Solution to Watch”
Armach Robotics (Armach) has been shortlisted to compete in the Ocean Opportunity Lab and World Ocean Council’s (WOC) The Biofouling Innovation Challenge. This is the first competition of its kind, born from an initiative to encourage the industry to embrace creative and innovative solutions around the affects and costs of biofouling within ocean, maritime and renewable industry, and to restore bi
Greensea Systems Inc. partners with sister company Armach Robotics and Maryland’s Maritime Environmental Resource Center (MERC) leading to contract award from US Navy’s Office of Naval Research
Marine Software Pioneer, Greensea Systems Inc. has recently been awarded a contract for a 2-year Phase II Option Period by the US Navy’s Office of Naval Research to continue the technology development for an Autonomous Hull Cleaning Vehicle.
From Vision to Reality - Armach Robotics Introduces Proactive In-water Hull Cleaning
Karl Lander, Director, Regulatory Compliance and Outreach of Armach Robotics (Armach) joined a host of leaders in sustainable technologies and innovation at the 3rd Decarbonizing Shipping Forum, being held in Hamburg this week. He introduced the concept of autonomous robots making proactive in-water cleaning a reality, in support of the worldwide goal of decarbonizing in shipping.
Armach Robotics launches first production Hull Service Robot
Following an extensive technological development phase, Armach Robotics (Armach), a spin-off company from Marine software pioneer GREENSEA SYSTEMS INC. (Greensea) has unveiled its first post-prototype Hull Service Robot (HSR).
Armach Robotics announces key appointment Karl Lander promoted to Director, Regulatory Compliance and Outreach.
Following its public launch in March 2022, Armach Robotics (Armach), the robotic hull-cleaning subscription service announces the strengthening of its team with the promotion of Karl Lander to Director, Regulatory Compliance and Outreach.
Greensea Systems Inc. introduces robotic hull cleaning system company, Armach Robotics at Oceanology International Booth H551
Marine robotics technology specialist Greensea Systems Inc. recently launched spin-off company Armach Robotics at the AMPP Conference & Expo in San Antonio, Texas on Monday 7th March 2022.
First truly proactive in-water cleaning solution for ships’ hulls launched
Marine software pioneer GREENSEA SYSTEMS INC. (Greensea) has launched spin-off company Armach Robotics (Armach), that capitalises on Greensea’s digital expertise to offer a subscription model robotic hull cleaning system using autonomy, intelligence and data fusion.