Lomar and Alicia Botts implement RoverClean technology on ships

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Lomer announced cooperation with Alicia Potts Integrate robotic hull inspection and production solutions into biofouling control practices, as well as test new use cases.

Lomer They will use robotic technology Alicia Potts Up to 15 of its ships. Automatic hull cleaning technology reduces potential fouling, fuel consumption, costs and carbon emissions.

Developed multi-purpose magnetic tracking robots Alicia Potts They can operate autonomously or remotely via tether cable and are designed to perform underwater inspection and maintenance work on ships and other steel structures. It has the potential to extend the life of antifouling coatings, reduce point source discharges and the cost of reactive marine treatment projects, as well as prevent the transport of invasive species.

Nicholas Georgiou, CEO of Lomer, The dawn of AI has significantly changed the way our maritime industry views technology as a tool to facilitate routine operations. „Lomer is committed to supporting the development, refinement and implementation of promising technology solutions that transform our operational and environmental performance.”

„With Lomer we are ushering in a new era in hull maintenance, where cutting-edge technology like RoverClean not only ensures a clean hull at all times, but also paves the way for a greener, more efficient marine future.” Added Alicia Potts CEO Inder Mukhopadhyay.


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