Aquaai provides optimized data from the ocean and waterways using AI, computer vision, and bio-inspired fishlike robotic platforms. Inspired by Mother Nature, Aquaai’s flexible fishlike drone Nammu (named after the Goddess of the Sea) immerses with the natural habitat “swimming” up close for superior data acquisition. Customers receive real-time metrics on the Aquaai Control System web dashboard.
Think FaaS — Fish-as-a-Service™; eco-friendly, power-efficient and cost-effective. Amongst Aquaai’s customers are Norwegian sustainable fish farms including Kvarøy Fiskeoppdrett, providers of salmon to Whole Foods.
When 8 year-old Emily learned about the ongoing ocean crisis, she asked her inventor father to “Save the Seas”. Aquaai’s Chief Visionary Officer Simeon Pieterkosky has 20 years practical experience in robotics, HRI, animatronics, product design, Wi-Fi, LED, lasers, zoology, biomimicry, water filtration, and climate change. Simeon and CEO Liane Thompson met when she interviewed him for a story on Hitech in Israel. The former global reporter and New York Times staff executive producer then joined the mission to Save the Seas and the couple founded Aquaai.