When rescuing someone at sea time is everything. The faster you can get them out, the better your chances of recovering them alive.
We provide new links in the rescue chain to find, recover and protect persons in distress, without putting rescuers in harm's way.
Zelim featured in MASSWorld. News top 5 most funded USV developers in 2021
Team expands to 12. Paul Miller and Emily Takeva, join the development team building our casualty detection system
Zelim commercialisation journey case study published on ORE Catapult website.
Zelim announce partnership with naval architects, Chartwell Marine. Featured in the Scotsman.
Completion of independent offshore human trials of the Rescue Conveyor with Seaspeed Marine .
Zelim supported by trio of offshore wind farm developers to bring the technology to market.
£1.9m Innovate UK grant funded project kicked off to test and demonstrate a full scale unmanned rescue vessel.
Awarded funding for development of unmanned rescue vessel (URV), as part of UK Research and Innovation's 'Robots for a Safer World' Challenge.
Successful completion of resistance, propulsion, manoeuvring, directional and dynamic stability trials at QinetiQ Haslar Ocean Basin.
Awarded Offshore Wind Growth Partnership (OWGP) funding to develop AI enabled casualty detection technology
Successful conclusion of free fall vessel testing (scaled to 25m in Sea State 6) at QinetiQ Haslar Ocean Basin
Worlds first unmanned casualty recovery performed in open water (conducted under MASS Code of Practice)