GEMATRONIK has developed an unmanned surface vessel (USV), also known as an autonomous surface vessel or unmanned surface vehicle, is a type of watercraft that operates on the surface of the water without the need for a crew on board. USVs are remotely operated or operate autonomously, meaning they can navigate and perform tasks without direct human control.

Here are some key features and aspects of our patented SEA FALCON German Patent No: 10 2018 131 113 advanced USV platform:
Remote Operation

The SEA FALCON is operated remotely by human operators who control their movements and tasks from a remote control station or a command center. Operators can use various control methods, including manual control or autonomous mode selection, depending on the specific requirements of the mission.


USVs can operate autonomously, meaning they have the ability to perform tasks and make decisions without human intervention. They can be pre-programmed with a specific route or mission, or they can use sensors and artificial intelligence algorithms to navigate and adapt to the surrounding environment in real-time. Typically, our SEA FALCON can operate up to 72 hours with a range up to 1000nm.

Navigation and Guidance Systems:

USVs use a combination of navigation and guidance systems to navigate the water and avoid obstacles. These systems can include GPS, radar, sonar, lidar, and other sensors to determine their position, detect obstacles, and maintain a safe course.

Payload and Sensors

USVs can be equipped with a variety of payloads and sensors to perform different tasks and collect data. They can be used for surveillance and reconnaissance missions, environmental monitoring, maritime security operations, research and exploration, and even cargo transportation. The payloads can include cameras, radars, sonars, scientific instruments, communication systems, and more.


The SEA FALCON features and encrypted communication systems that allow them to transmit data and receive instructions from a remote control station or command center. These communication systems can use various methods such as satellite links, radio frequencies, or cellular networks.

Size and Design

The SEA FALCON is completely build in carbon fiber, with 14 meters length it is an agile vessels for near-shore operation and capable of operating in open seas.

Wide range of applications

The SEA FALCON vessels have a wide range of applications. They are used in coast guard operations for surveillance, intelligence gathering, and mine countermeasures. They also play a significant role in maritime research, environmental monitoring, offshore energy exploration and search and rescue operations. They can be operated as Water Taxis our Water cleaning platforms.

Unmanned surface vessels offer several advantages over manned vessels, including reduced risks to human life, cost savings, extended endurance, and the ability to operate in hazardous or remote environments. They continue to advance in technology and capability, expanding their applications and potential across various industries and sectors related to maritime operations.