Hull cleaning on autopilot

Designed from the ground up to autonomously inspect, map and clean the hull of a boat

Embedded intelligence enables our robot to interact with the environment on-the-fly

A close-up of a Hullbot vision system, showing an array of cameras and sensors.

Keen senses.

A state-of-the-art sensor payload enables our robot to actively perceive the world around it.

A close-up of one of the propulsion motors of a Hullbot, showing an enclosure with a water jet turbine inside.

Autonomous movement.

Our robot knows where it is and where it wants to go. It’s advanced planning capabilities allow real-time trajectories to be designed around submerged structures.

A close-up of two cleaning brushes on a Hullbot – circular with spokes, and raised ridges that act as brushes.

Controlled cleaning.

Our robot is designed to inspect and interact with the environment. Hullbot’s cleaning system is capable of providing controlled, gentle cleaning of early stage biofouling on all underwater surfaces of a hull.

Our small form factor robot integrates AI and cutting-edge features

Our robot in development

A man with longish blond hair and a bearded man inspect Hullbot shells.
A woman sitting at a workbench stripping a wire. The workbench she is sitting at is covered with Hullbot components, a multimeter and other assorted electrical components. In the background a Hullbot is on display on a desk.
A man is screwing a components into a half-assembled Hullbot shell. Numerous tools and electrical tape sits on the desk around the Hullbot.
A bearded man is screwing on the bottom plate of the internal Hullbot chassis, which contains all the electronics.

The future of all underwater activities is robotic. Get in touch to learn more about our technologies.

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