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XYO Marine

Market Potential

  • Nearly 1 million pleasure boats are produced annually, and 10 million are in operation.

  • With over 10M pleasure boats in operation, if we could reduce their fuel consumption by just 5% that is enough fuel to launch the Space Shuttle into orbit over 450 times.

  • XYO could potentially double fuel savings for boat operators.


The Problem & Solution

Current Marine Issues

  • Propellers frequently go out of balance
  • Vibration leads to drivetrain wear
  • Inefficient power usage
  • High repair & replacement costs

Benefits of XYO

  • Vibration reduced by 47%.
  • Energy usage decreased by 20%
  • Minimize mechanical wear
  • Lower maintenance & repair costs

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