ZeroEmission Maritime Solutions & Fully Autonomous Boats

Accelerating future mobility worldwide,
for a green growth economy in a world worth living!

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Europe´s Economy Turns Green

Dr. Robert Habeck
signing ZeroOne!

Vice-Chancellor of Germany & Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Action visiting Unleash Future Boats GmbH


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Bringing Future Mobility on the Water to Life


FUTURE ONE is our contribution to the mobility transition. Water transport is a key component of the infrastructure in both our metropolitan and rural areas. Autonomous boats, fully electric and powered by green hydrogen will transport up to 12 people.


The world’s first truck on the water. Fully electric, autonomous and with green hydrogen, logistics on the water will be emission-free and economically attractive. Thanks to digital communication between boats and ports, the digital gap in the transport chain is finally closing.


Complete retrofitting solutions as a product package from a single source. From the drive propeller to the electric motor to the battery unit with socket or the tank for green hydrogen: International shipyards can already pre-order for 2023.


Autonomous systems form the gateway to a new world, in which intermodal transport is part of our everyday life. Innovative sensors provide the keys to this gate. Unleash Future Boats is one of the leading innovators in the field of sensor technology and sensor fusion.


Digital networked services integrate seamlessly into our everyday life and enable completely new opportunities. Unleash Future Boats brings useful digital services to its innovative products, offering significant added value for both private users.


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Unleash Future Boats is a DeepTech Start-up providing solutions for the biggest problems in shipping: environmental pollution and low water. Shipping is responsible for 2% of all greenhouse gas emissions, diesel, residues and lubricants pollute the oceans, and conventional boats are also very noisy. Climate change is causing low water levels on many shipping routes, which leads to restrictions in shipping. Urbanization is increasing population and traffic, so new ways of transportation are urgently needed.