While both projects are in the developmental stage, hardwarewise, they work the same way. DockSense creates the map and virtual bumper using a Raymarine Axiom MFD running a DockSense app; a compatible joystick control and engine system; a black-box DockSense processor; five FLIR-built, Raymarine-marinized stereo cameras with built-in attitude and heading reference systems (AHRS); and a separate Raymarine AHRS and GPS module. The system’s stereo cameras, which have two lenses, count, measure and recognize objects in three dimensions from mounts on the yacht’s hardtop. Each camera delivers a range of 30 feet, and collectively, the cameras deliver 360-degree video coverage. The AHRS and GPS module is also hardtop-mounted, however, McGowan says that these sensors will likely be hidden once the system, which will only be available on the new-boat market for the foreseeable future, enters production.