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Greensea Systems, Inc. Launches OPENSEA Edge

Published Jan 31, 2023 13:36

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Greensea Systems, Inc. (Greensea), an industry leader in marine robotics software solutions, has launched its latest product that promises to bring true autonomy to marine robotics.

Greensea was founded with a vision to improve the working relationship between humans and machines in the marine environment. The launch of our latest product, OPENSEA Edge, is another step towards this vision. OPENSEA Edge provides the technology needed to advance marine robotics into the next generation.

Based on OPENSEA, Greensea’s established open architecture platform, OPENSEA Edge offers next-level operator capabilities. OPENSEA provides software capabilities for navigation, control, autonomy, perception, and long-range communication, while OPENSEA Edge provides a modular, hardware-agnostic processing platform that transforms traditional ROVs into autonomous, AI, and Convert to one with vehicle awareness, and tetherless. – horizon, communication and control. Essentially, it is a convenient add-on package that provides edge processing and recognition system integration integrated into a conventional ROV.

“We founded Greensea to develop technologies that improve the working relationship between operators and vehicles. OPENSEA Edge embodies that commitment. Leverages experience to deliver edge processing solutions for marine vehicles with control, autonomy, awareness, and communications from the subsea to beyond the horizon.OPENSEA Edge enables Greensea to reside and extend subsea robots Leading the way to range.”

OPENSEA Edge utilizes parallel NVIDIA processors to process sonar and video recognition feeds, providing autonomy, communication and task management for robots. The platform puts enormous processing power at the edge of the robot, where it can directly process sensor data and make decisions about the vehicle. OPENSEA’s Safe C2 software package for low-bandwidth and high-latency communication links provides a bottom-to-horizon communication solution for operators monitoring robots. OPENSEA’s open architecture framework and available processing space allow developers to install their own autonomy and perception processing software, including his AI/ML libraries.

OPENSEA Edge was originally developed and tested for military applications, deployed on unmoored ROVs and seafloor crawling robots in mine countermeasures and explosive ordnance disposal applications. OPENSEA Edge is being used as a foundation for new vehicle builds as well as retrofitting conventional commercial ROVs. With proven performance in military applications, Greensea now offers his OPENSEA Edge as a commercial product. As the subsea industry looks forward to the future of cost-effective, continuous operations offshore, OPENSEA Edge will be the open architecture processing foundation that the industry builds on.

Greensea are experts in ROV control and autonomy, and through collaboration with other subsea technology leaders, OPENSEA Edge was able to provide a complete solution. One example is his Greensea collaboration with his UK-based SeeByte, an expert in Automatic Target Recognition (ATR) technology. ATR systems use fast machine learning techniques to detect and classify targets from forward looking sonar data. Equipped with OPENSEA Edge, his ROV can now identify targets based on an extensive and growing internal library of past experience.

Edge processing brings the ROV to life. Vehicle data processing, navigation and control enable decision making at the edge. This paves the way for the platforms needed to integrate redundancy, fault mitigation, and new levels of autonomy. OPENSEA Edge is the ‘brain in the box’, modular and vehicle-agnostic autonomy to meet the future requirements of manufacturers, service providers and system integrators as the industry looks to the future of autonomous unmanned operations type solution.

The products and services described in this press release are not endorsed by The Maritime Executive.


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