The purpose of West Sea Project) is the design of solutions that will be tools in the hands of creative companies and who want people to understand the world so they can eventually change it.

West Sea Project unmanned systems and sensors’ network deliver specialized services using state-of-the-art technology. Minimizing human factor involvement aims to

  • reduce costs,
  • eliminate errors,
  • speed up integration,
  • eliminate risk,
  • automate processes and
  • achieve reliable results regardless of time or operating conditions.

West Sea Project attempts to solve problems by replacing existing solutions with new technologies that combine unmanned systems, specialized sensors and related software for the final deliverables. Ιf required, besides measuring and inspection services, solutions of interventions or “light work” can also be provided by the same unmanned vehicles.

Unmanned systems are “work platforms” and may be:

  • Aerial Unmanned Vehicles (AUV)
  • Surface Unmanned Vehicles (SUV)
  • Remote Oparated Vehicles (ROV)
  • Ground Unmanned Vehicles (UGV)
  • Fixed electronic installations (sensor network, IoT, etc.)

The above “work platforms” are provided able to accommodate a variety of sensors according to the needs and requirements of the end customer. The ability to easily switch sensors is due to the initial design of “work platforms”.

Any deliverables are delivered to customers through cloud applications for greater speed, security and ease of access from anywhere in the world.

West Sea Project was founded in 2017 and is a start-up technology and research company based in Patras in the region of Western Greece. The employees of the company are mainly engineers with specialization in the field of robotics, sensors and microelectronics.

West Sea Project is constantly working towards the highest level of quality in its services, always seeking to exceed customer expectations.

The West Sea Project services are divided into the following sections:

  • AIR
  • WATER
  • GROUND
  • SENSORS & MICROELECTRONICS