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Karnveer Gill Joins Greensea

Greensea, creator of OPENSEA, the open-architecture robotics platform for the marine industry, has hired Karnveer Gill, junior robotics engineer, to help advance OPENSEA’s software tools and applications. Gill received his electrical engineering bachelor of science degree from San Francisco State University, where he worked as a mechatronics teaching assistant as well as a research assistant in the Control for Automation

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Ship Hull Crawler for ROV

Greensea, creator of OPENSEA, the open-architecture robotics platform for the marine industry, has developed a new hull crawler that easily attaches an ROV to a ship hull without magnetics and allows the operator to “drive” the ROV and payloads over the hull. Initial hull crawlers are designed to work exclusively with the VideoRay Mission Specialist Defender ROV. The hull crawler

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Greensea to Open Massachusetts Office

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Greensea Systems, a marine robotics company headquartered in Richmond, Vermont, plans to open an office on the waterfront in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The new location, at Cordage Park Circle, will be the company’s first office outside of Vermont and will become home to a growing team of software developers and robotics engineers. The company is known for the open-architecture platform OPENSEA

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Greensea New Hires

Greg Probst Greensea

Greensea, creator of OPENSEA, the universal open-software architecture for the marine industry, recently added three key personnel to its team to address current and future growth and to support its core business strategies. Positions have been created to support existing needs in business development, finance and program management.   Greg Probst comes to Greensea as vice president of sales and

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MOD2 Glider

Exocetus MOD2 Glider

The Exocetus MOD2 Glider is an AUV that utilizes a patented buoyancy engine to move through the water efficiently. The glider can carry large payloads through a range of water conditions without manual ballasting or user intervention. The MOD2 Glider builds on a design for the U.S. Office of Naval Research. Exocetus has invested 18 months updating electronics, implementing three

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