August 28, 2016
Read Ocean News & Technology's article on Greensea's universal operating platform in the August issue. Find out how Greensea is changing the marine industry through integration of sensors, data, and workflow. Check out the article in Ocean News!
August 27, 2016
Greensea engineers are back after six weeks of sea trials with Schmidt Ocean Institute in Guam. The new SuBastian ROV is the latest Greensea system to hit the marine industry. Not only does the vehicle run on Greensea's patent-pending operating platform, OPENSEA, it also utilizes Greensea's custom control and telemetry hardware.
October 1, 2015
On September 30, Vermont Business Magazine announced its 2015 class of Rising Stars and we're thrilled to say Ben Kinnaman was among them. A panel of judges selected 40 winners under the age of 40 who are committed, not just to business growth but also to professional excellence and involvement in their communities.
July 28, 2015
Greensea, a world leader in automation and navigation for unmanned underwater vehicles, announces the completion of its control system upgrade for Ventana, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute's (MBARI) work class ROV. The 1,850-meter-rated vehicle received a new software platform that supports advanced automation and control for the vehicle. Integrated station keeping is just one of Greensea's technology features that excites MBARI's ROV crew.
July 21, 2015
Tiburon Subsea Services Inc. announced Monday it has selected Greensea to supply its new control and operating system for its science class ROV “Otis”. The release states that upgrades to the control, navigation, and automation will make Otis "one of the most versatile ROV’s of its size available for rent."
May 21, 2015
Greensea Systems, Inc., a world leader in automation and navigation for unmanned underwater vehicles, announces its selection by Schmidt Ocean Institute (SOI), a non-profit foundation advancing the frontiers of ocean research and exploration, to join the team developing SOI's new robotic undersea research vehicle. Schmidt Ocean Institute will produce a series of three vehicles with advancing depth and research capabilities to comprise the Hybrid Remotely Operated Vehicle (HROV). Greensea was selected to support SOI’s HROV program.
May 15, 2015
We at Greensea had the pleasure of meeting WPTZ reporter Dave Schneider this spring. Dave came by our office and lab to put a feature together for "What's Next," the station's exclusive series that looks at new local businesses and products. As it turns out, the reporter liked talking with us so much, his story turned into a two part series.
May 8, 2015
Some of our spare robot parts have found the perfect new home with Mater Christi.
Burlington's private Catholic school, which educates students of all faiths in grades pre-school through 8, now has a Makerspace on the second floor of the MCS elementary building. Greensea donated an assortment of robot parts this past winter. Now, the students will use the materials in their new space to make and share innovative and educational projects.
They've already begun.
April 9, 2015
Greensea Systems, Inc., a world leader in automation and navigation for unmanned underwater vehicles, announces its software integration onto Deep Ocean Engineering's Phantom T5 ROV. The rapid deployment high performance ROV system packs power and versatility into a smaller, more manageable vehicle.
With Greensea's sensors and software supporting autonomous operations, the T5 is an incredibly capable task-based observation vehicle.
March 5, 2015
When Dan D'Ambrosio calls, Vermont businesses answer the phone. The veteran Burlington Free Press scribe did that very thing last week, saying he'd long been interested in writing about Ben and Greensea.
The fruit of his interview is front page real estate and a feature in today's Free Press: “Exploring the ocean from landlocked Vermont.” In it, D'Ambrosio describes Greensea's origins (in Ben's attic, if you didn't know), growth, and current position.