Clever Buoy™ is SM8’s marine monitoring platform is a shark-detection and response system that autonomously distinguishes and identifies large sharks from other species, and sends warning signals to lifeguards. Clever Buoy™ can provide researchers and beachgoers and with critical location and environmental information, and aims to assist in ensuring that beaches worldwide are safer. The system uses big data and AI learning to analyse the sharks’ swimming patterns and predict their movements.
Seabin is an Australian device that automatically catches floating rubbish, oil, and fuel from ocean surfaces. It is an automated cleaning technology that moves and works independently using the tides. As the device floats, a pump sucks in the water and passes it through a catch bag. Debris is left in the catch bag (20 kg max. capacity) and the water is then pushed back out into the open water (i.e. the ocean). Seabin can also be used for marinas, private pontoons, inland waterways, residential lakes, harbours, waterways ports and yacht clubs.
Establishment of US domiciled wholly owned subsidiary – Clever Bouy (USA) LLC – COMPLETED
Clever Bouy USA to hold exclusive rights to the Clever Bouy IP for the North American market and repatriate an annual licence fee and royalty fees to Clever Bouy (Australia) – COMPLETED
and Permitting to operate in US Waters – COMPLETED
at Balboa, Newport California – COMPLETED
and funding for a six beach rollout in Orange County from Federal, State, County and City Departments – UNDERWAY
that will deploy infrastructure on beaches and charge State/County/City municipalities fees for the safety information service – DISCUSSION COMMENCED
that focuses on the safety and amenities of each beach on the CB network – COMPLETED AND ACTIVE
for every beach with the Clever Bouy network containing all live and/or historical shark detection data plus feeds of local marine data such as swell, wave height, period, temperature etc. COMPLETED
with the CB App collecting local data feeds for the total beach experience such as parking spaces, restaurants, surf lessons and local retailers given California has 200 million annual beach visits. IN DEVELOPMENT