A Seakeeper, at its most basic level, generates thrust by rapidly spinning a flywheel inside its casing. The torque’s force is then transferred to the boat’s hull. Even when the boat would otherwise roll due to wave motion, the power of this application keeps it stationary.
What sets Seakeeper apart from other competitors is that their gyroscopes are mounted and operate in vacuum. That gives them the possibility to reach higher rotations and use a lighter system. As a result of this technology, the Seakeeper will also have a longer life, as there is no friction between the moving parts inside.