GUILHEM MOLINES

 

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MAYFLOWER TRIMARAN - 1. The solar-powered research boat will aim to traverse the Atlantic Ocean in 2021 with no humans on board. 2. Sea trials are due to commence off the south coast of England in late 2020. 3. The Mayflower was officially unveiled on September 16th 2020, the 400th anniversary of the original Mayflower departure.

 

 

The Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS) project is only possible because of the team that makes it happen.

 

Guilhem Molines is part of the IBM technical crew and a shipmate. He is in Nice, France. He is building the technology that "Captain AI" uses to avoid collisions and follow the rules of the sea.

 

Guilhem's vision for Mayflower is that if the craft circles the globe, that the vessel will roam the seas by itself, collecting scientific data, and that maybe he will run into it when he's out sailing.

 

This team member is a scuba diver and a seaman. For that reason being able to apply this technology to ocean exploration and increased sea safety has a deep meaning for him.

 

The oceans are less understood than space, Guilhem says "we need to explore and protect them." He is confident in the software, but worries more about silly hardware problems, such as the propeller getting caught in fishing nets or ropes. Perhaps a different means of propulsion next time?

 

We could not agree more about obstructions disabling autonomous craft, especially for workboats like SeaVax. Marine litter is one of the modern scourges of the age we live in.

 

 

THE PEOPLE (TEAM) A - Z

 

Promare Shipmates

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Brett Phaneuf

Fredrik Soreide

Ayse Atauz Phaneuf

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Fredrik Soreide

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Ayse Atauz Phaneuf

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Don Scott

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Don Scott

Rob Shaw

Paul Baretto

Oliver Baretto

Luke Shaw

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Matt Shaw

Meirwen Jenking-Rees

Callum McCullough

Graham Goodwin

Martin Goodwin

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IBM shipmates - IBM Technical Crew

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Naaem Altaf

Eric Aquaronne

Franck Barillaud

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Naaem Altaf

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Eric Aquaronne

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Franck Barillaud

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Minsik Lee

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Guilhem Molines

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Scott Soutter

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IBM shipmates - IBM Technical Advisors

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Andy Stanford Clark

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Rob High

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IBM shipmates - IBM Research Crew

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Gianmarco Gabrieli

Simon Holgate

Rui Hu

Rosie Lickorish

Patrick Ruch

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James Sutton

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Martin Privet

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Grady Booch

Jack Chiu

Dave Conway-Jones

Andreas Martens

David Wood

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IBM shipmates - IBM Marketing & Communications Crew

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Jonathan Batty

Carrie Bendsza

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Stephanie Decker

Chris Greco

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Shipmates - Web Portal Crew

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Ines Kondor

Kyle Richard

Sik So

Raphael Sacks

Kristaps Karniitis

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Khadija Al-Selini

Christian Chesher

Andrew Kettenis

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Sophie Blank

Darcy Gleeson

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Ed Hope

Jordan Karaze

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LINKS & REFERENCE

 

https://mas400.com/

http://www.promare.org/projects/
https://newsroom.ibm.com/then-and-now

 

 

 

 

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