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ROBOTIC SHIP COMPANY RECRUITS CCO

ROBOTIC SHIP COMPANY RECRUITS CCO

Thursday, March 4, 2021 

Boston, US-based Sea Machines Robotics, a developer of autonomous command and control systems for commercial vessels, has hired Moran David as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO), reporting to the company’s CEO Michael G Johnson.

The new CCO will be responsible for the company’s global sales and marketing of Sea Machines’ technology to builders and operators of commercial and defence fleets. He also has oversight for developing new strategic partnerships that further the company’s reach to serve the global marine market and its diversity of vessel operating segments.

David joins Sea Machines from Mobileye, an Israeli subsidiary of Intel that leads in the development of self-driving automotive technology and Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS).

“Moran’s unique experience across disruptive technologies and proven record of driving growth at Mobileye is expected to significantly benefit Sea Machines,” said Johnson. “His competence in commercialising advanced products into established operational sectors has enabled Mobileye to maintain leadership in a progressive ecosystem, providing customers with unparalleled safety, data and analytics offerings. His expertise will prove invaluable to Sea Machines as we further develop new advanced technologies for marine markets.”

“Sea Machines is a leader in delivering intelligent products to underserved markets – markets that are prime for disruption now,” said David. “Joining this team at a time when the company is on the cusp of revolutionising an entire industry is not only exciting professionally, but also fulfilling personally. At Mobileye, I witnessed how vision-safety technology made our roads safer and more efficient, and saved lives. Sea Machines’ technology is doing this exact transformation in the maritime space. I look forward to advancing the adoption of Sea Machines’ commercially available systems and helping to develop and release the company’s emerging technologies.”

 

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