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Greensea Systems

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+1 802 434 6080

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Company
Greensea Systems
Headquarters
Richmond, United States
Founded
2006
Company Type
Private
Company Size
11-50 employees
Regions
North America
Industries
Coastal EngineeringMarine Renewable EnergyMarine Science & TechnologyMaritime Defence & SecurityOffshore Oil & GasOffshore Wind Energy
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About Us
Greensea Systems develop technology to improve the relationship between man and machine, and to make the work they do together more effective, more efficient, and more powerful.

Technology has allowed us to create powerful machines. But while advances in sensor technology have made marine vehicles more capable, they have created an increasingly complex environment for the operator. Greensea started in 2006 based on the belief that a reliable, operator-friendly, integrated navigation and control system could dramatically improve the work we do with our marine vehicles. Today, we provide practical commercial solutions to make the hard work of the marine industry easier, cheaper, and ultimately more effective.

Our mission to improve the relationship between man and machine is supported by our patent-pending operating platform, OPENSEA. This mature technology is behind all of Greensea's navigation, control, automation, and user interface products. Greensea systems are currently used by over 600 vehicles in the marine industry including manned, unmanned, surface, and subsea vehicles.
 
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Data & CommunicationDivingEngineeringIT & SoftwareMaritime & ShippingNavigation & PositioningOceanographyOperations & MaintenanceResearch & Development
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Ocean Business, 9-11 April 2019, National Oceanography Centre (NOC), UK. Firmly established as one of the most important international events in the ocean technology calendar, Ocean Business 2019 is FREE to attend and is expected to attract more than 5,000+ visitors from over 60 countries.... More

At the very heart of Ocean Business 2019 is a three-day exhibition of over 360 companies, bringing together the world's leading manufacturers and service providers in the industry. More than just a static exhibition, Ocean Business 2019 provides visitors with an opportunity to test-drive equipment and systems, with over 180 hours of live, free to attend training and demonstration sessions, on vessels, at the dockside, in the test tank and in seminar rooms.

In addition, Ocean Business 2019 offers a selection of associated events from several key organisations in the industry, a two day technical conference and Ocean Careers, a three day event providing advice on career opportunities within the ocean technology, marine science and offshore industries.

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Product Goals:
The company goal is to create an outstanding product that follows four (4) basic guidelines:

Capability – "The ability necessary to do something"
LBV must be capable of real work in real environments. To accomplish this it must have powerful thrusters, small diameter tether, adequate depth capability, large range of view and be a flexible platform for options.

Intuitive – "Known directly and instinctively, without being discovered or consciously perceived"
LBV must be simple to operate even to the most novice of operators. To accomplish this the controls must be simple, it must have auto functions, it must have an on screen information display and user programmable options.

Rugged – "Physically strong enough to endure harsh conditions, or used to enduring them"
LBV must be rugged enough to withstand the harsh environments in which it will be operated. To accomplish this it must be constructed of durable materials, possess several safety circuits and have easily field serviced components.

Value – "The worth, importance, or usefulness of something to somebody"
By combining capability, intuitiveness, ruggedness and affordability the LBV is an exceptional value to the user.

LBV has become a success through the efforts not only of SeaBotix but those of the users. A cooperative effort including valuable feedback has created such a useful and powerful tool. Read through the website and find out why LBV is such an exceptional product.
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In turbulent waters and pitch darkness, these remarkable vehicles can undertake missions that would be impossible by any other means. Tasks that range from gathering fragile Roman pottery, to recovering torpedoes; and from filming bioluminescent creatures, to creating detailed 3D scans of dam structures.

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Our parent company SAAB AB employs 14,000 people in over 30 countries.
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