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Advances in Untethered Autonomous ROVs showcased at Combined Naval Event
Industry leader in marine robotic software solutions Greensea Systems, Inc. (Greensea) will be showcasing its advances in utilizing artificial intelligence for data collection and evaluation in subsea robotics for defense applications at the flagship naval and maritime exhibition Combined Naval Event, 23 – 25th May 2023 in Farnborough, UK.
Autonomous Underwater Ground Vehicle in Over-The-Horizon Operation Demonstration at Ocean Business
Bayonet will be demonstrating the Bayonet 250 autonomous underwater ground vehicle during its first UK demonstration at Ocean Business. This demonstration will include showing the vehicle’s autonomous capability, and over-the-horizon command and control technology provided by fellow exhibitor Greensea.
OPENSEA Edge Delivers Untethered Autonomous Operation to Commercially Available ROVs
Greensea, the industry leader in marine robotic software solutions, recently demonstrated untethered autonomy for ROVs.
MEDIA ALERT: Amphibious Crawler in Remote Command-and-Control Demonstration at Ocean Business
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Robot Revolution Introduced at Subsea Tieback
Greensea Systems, Inc. (Greensea) will be introducing its edge processing solution, OPENSEA Edge, at this year’s Subsea Tieback, a revolutionary robotic software that will provide advanced technological solutions to address global subsea operational challenges.
Greensea Systems, Inc. Launches OPENSEA Edge
Greensea, the industry leader in marine robotic software solutions, has launched its latest product that promises to bring true autonomy to ocean robotics.
Greensea Systems, Inc. Awarded Prestigious Award at Blue Innovation Symposium
Greensea Systems, Inc. has been awarded the Rising Tide Award ‘Industry Awardee’ during the Blue Innovation Symposium held in Rhode Island this week.
Major Collaboration Fosters Autonomy and Machine Learning Innovation in Ocean Robotics
The two largest software companies in ocean robotics, Greensea Systems, Inc. creator of the open architecture platform OPENSEA®, and SeeByte, with their mission-level autonomy system Neptune and embedded Automatic Target Recognition, have continued their collaboration.
Greensea makes a decisive start to 2023 with key strategic appointments
Marine robotics technology specialist, Greensea Systems, Inc. (Greensea), shares its latest additions to the team, and its implementation of a more agile delivery methodology for its Program Management team, led by Laura Krahn.
Key strategic partnership will bring Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality to real world underwater operations
Greensea Systems Inc. (Greensea) and Blue Ring Imaging (Blue Ring) have announced a new collaboration that is set to open up the floodgates for rapid AR and VR development to enhance Greensea pilot/operator performance in the subsea sector.
Greensea Systems, Inc. Supports the Blue Future Conference in Plymouth
Ben Kinnaman, CEO and Founder of Greensea Systems, Inc. will be speaking at next weeks’ Blue Future Conference 2022 – The Now and Next of Plymouth’s Marine Economy, held 24 - 25 October in Plymouth.
Greensea receives Pro Patria Award for 2022
The Vermont Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) awarded their highest honor, the Pro Patria Award, to Greensea Systems, Inc. (Greensea) during a ceremony held on September 10th at the Army Mountain Warfare School in Jericho, Vermont.
Greensea Expands FAST Team
Marine robotics technology specialist, Greensea Systems Inc. (Greensea), announces the hire of Jaine Perotti as Junior Robotics Engineer on its growing FAST team.
Greensea Expansion Leads to Opening at Third Location
Marine robotics technology specialist, Greensea Systems Inc. (Greensea), announces opening at a third location to accommodate its growing workforce and support strengthening its presence in the region.
Greensea Appoints Laura Krahn as Director of Programs
Marine robotics technology specialist, Greensea Systems Inc. announces the hire of Laura Krahn as Director of Programs.
Greensea Systems, Inc. and SeeByte Collaborate for ROV Autonomy
In response to the growing demand for true ROV autonomy within the field of maritime Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) robotics, two leading players in the industry, Greensea Systems, Inc., creator of the open architecture platform OPENSEA®, and leader in autonomy and automatic target recognition (ATR), SeeByte, Inc., announce an ongoing collaboration.
Greensea Systems Inc. partners with sister company Armach Robotics and Maryland’s Maritime Environmental Resource Center (MERC) leading to contract award from US Navy’s Office of Naval Research
Marine Software Pioneer, Greensea Systems Inc. has recently been awarded a contract for a 2-year Phase II Option Period by the US Navy’s Office of Naval Research to continue the technology development for an Autonomous Hull Cleaning Vehicle.
Meet the new Bayonet Ocean Vehicles Team
Bayonet Ocean Vehicles, the latest organization to join the Greensea group, brings together top talent from the industry, including the previous president and Principal Investigator from C2-i. The Bayonet team is made up of highly experienced industry veterans, led by Ben Kinnaman and the Greensea Executive Team.
Greensea Systems Inc. acquires C-2 Innovations product line of seafloor crawling robots and creates new company Bayonet Ocean Vehicles.
Marine robotics technology specialist Greensea Systems Inc. (Greensea) today announces the launch of Bayonet Ocean Vehicles, a new company created to develop, manufacture, and distribute a line of amphibious robots recently acquired from C-2 innovations Inc.
Greensea Systems Inc Names Chelsea Allen Vice President of Operations
Richmond, VT, Thursday 19th May 2022 – Marine robotics technology specialist, Greensea, announces the promotion of Chelsea Allen to Vice President of Operations in response to the company's ongoing growth and subsequent strategic management and operational needs.