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About us

We are a small group of professionals with background in industrial electronics and embedded software development. Our experience reaches as far as 30 years in embedded engineering.

We realized hardware and software solutions for commercial customers, including a stabilization algoritmh for industrial seaborne robots, hence the name seaworks.io

Then in 2019 while visiting Uwe Bauer we went in contact with the Voith-Schneider Propeller which got our attention at first glance. The process for the creation of a product under our own name began.

Our long term goal is to create a true open-source electronics platform for smaller Unmanned Surface Vessels that will be suitable both for hobby and professional applications, also compatible with industry standards like CAN and NMEA2000.

Except for some supplied components, everything is designed, made and assembled on EU soil.

Part of our electronics are assembled at BEIER-Electronic in Germany with the highest quality standards.

The LRC platform protoype during tests
The LRC platform protoype during tests
Our internal algoritmh development platform which enabled us to use the nRF52480 processor and the LS9DSM1 IMU on the Arduino 33 back in 2019 for stabilization tests at sea.
Our internal algoritmh development platform which enabled us to use the nRF52480 processor and the LS9DSM1 IMU on the Arduino 33 back in 2019 for stabilization tests at sea.
A hand assembled sample of the kit CLIM platform in 2019
A hand assembled sample of the kit CLIM platform in 2019
One of the frequent quality checks during the PCB production, here in particular soldering paste was applied on the raw matrices before they go inside the pick-and-place machine
One of the frequent quality checks during the PCB production, here in particular soldering paste was applied on the raw matrices before they go inside the pick-and-place machine