Our SolarSurfer, the project that inspired the T100 Thruster, was recently selected as a finalist for The Hackaday Prize. Judging just began to select the finalists. Please check out our project and vote at Hackaday.io. We’re planning a big mission for the SolarSurfer in October! We’re going to send it from Los Angeles to Monterey, […]

SolarSurfer in the ocean off the coast of Los Angeles Two weeks ago we tested the SolarSurfer in the ocean for the third time. We were fortunate to have access to a boat for two days and we successfully completed an overnight trip and covered 20 km. Day One: The boat was loaded with tools […]

In case we haven’t made it clear to you through our mailing list, Twitter, Facebook, or our home page: The T100 Thruster Kickstarter is Live Now! You’ve got from now until September 11th to back us, but don’t wait. There are early-bird reward levels that will only last so long. We need all the help […]

to: We’re in the final hours before the T100 Thruster Kickstarter campaign launches! We’ve made a few small changes to the campaign since we launched the preview last week. Here’s the important changes: The rewards were all rounded to make the math easier for multiple quantities. The Early Bird Thrusters are now $90 each and […]

Today we are excited to announce a Kickstarter Campaign for our first product, the T100 Thruster. The T100 is an underwater electric motor and propeller that is powerful, resistant to saltwater corrosion, and extremely affordable at $99 each. Before now, you would have to spend $500-$3,000 to buy a thruster, making marine robotics an exclusive […]

If you haven’t seen it, we are building an autonomous solar-powered surface vessel with the BlueRobotics Thrusters. Check out more details at: Hackaday Project Site: SolarSurfer. We completed the second test of the SolarSurfer in the ocean. Last time, we only had an RC receiver and we drove it around manually. This time, it had […]