Zeabuz is a spin-off from the research center for Autonomous Marine Operations and Systems, at NTNU. The company is founded on top of a research community that has created the world’s first full scale autonomous passenger ferry "milliAmpere". Zeabuz focuses on commercializing Autonomy-as-a-Service combined with a digital assurance platform towards the emerging market for small, zero-emission, autonomous, urban ferries. The founding team consists of 14 experts, including six professors and five PhDs. The company has strong industrial partners and is attracting top talent.
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