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MTR 100: The 11th Annual Listing of 100 Leading Subsea Companies
MTR 100 for those operating ROVs without the system recently delivered to Shanghai
SubC Imaging ability to transmit live HD video to the Ocean University, its latest product re-
SubC Imaging develops advanced un- derwater optical imaging systems for a surface. SubC’s products are typically leases include the VisioSphere Situa- worldwide clientele. The private ocean used on ROVs, AUVs, towed platforms, tional Awareness system and the 4K Ul- technology company was founded in ocean observatories and drop camera tra High De? nition (UHD)suite. SubC systems. In addition to a 11,000m rated has been involved in several recent high 2010 by a former ROV pilot and off- pro? le international projects, including shore project manager and creates tech- the search for Amelia Earhart’s plane nologically advanced and capable video wreckage and a survey of the Australian equipment for the offshore and subsea
World War II light cruiser, the HMAS markets. Its product portfolio includes
Sydney wreck. SubC has also had ex- cameras, lasers, multiplexers, batteries, tensive involvement in Ocean Networks and topside media management systems.
Canada Neptune and University of
SubC has made changes in the way sub-
Washington’s RSN ocean observatories. sea imaging is conducted with Remote
The company has been leading the R&D
Operated Vehicles (ROVs). Its ? rst tech- efforts in the area of underwater imag- nology was the 1Cam; a camera that ing, exploring new technological depths enabled ROV pilots to upload standard for harsh, subzero, ice-infused environ- de? nition (SD) footage through existing ments, with an eye on future demand for cables while high de? nition (HD) foot-
age was recorded to the camera itself,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to be uploaded once the ROV returned
Website: http://subcimaging.com/ to the surface. This was a game changer
CEO/President: Chad Collett 10 East Main Street, Richmond, VT 05477
CEO/President: Ben Kinnaman
Number of Employees: 20
Vice President: Marybeth Gilliam
U.S. based Greensea started in 2006 based on the be- lief that a reliable, operator-friendly, integrated navi- gation and control system could dramatically improve work with marine vehicles. Today, the company pro- vides practical commercial solutions to make the work of the marine industry easier, cheaper and ultimately more effective. Using its core technology patent-pend- set of applications built on the OPENSEA library, pow- ing OPENSEA software platform, Greensea has trans- formed vehicles into fully integrated systems across the ers capabilities like inertial navigation, device manage- marine industry – manned, unmanned, surface, subsea. ment, vehicle control, and mission management. And
Using the OPENSEA operating platform, Greensea has it’s all anchored by the library’s comprehensive health and status management framework. Technology Prod- developed commercially available navigation and con-
Greensea trol products that are ? exible and scalable, allowing the ucts Using the OPENSEA operating platform, Greensea provides inertial navigation products (INSpect GS) and same reliable products to run on ROVs, submarines, wa- terjet boats, DPDs, etc. OPENSEA provides a common vehicle control systems (Bale? re) for a full range of au- architecture in an industry full of single-use solutions; it topilots and autonomy. All Greensea products provide a works with any vehicle and any sensor set, and has been fully integrated platform for vehicles to work as a uni- integrated into more than 600 vehicles, giving stability ? ed system.
Greensea is a small business serving the marine indus- to even the most disruptive technology.
How it works: the OPENSEA library ensures proven try, including manned, unmanned, surface and subsea segments. Greensea works with military, scienti? c, aca- performance and functionality by providing native sup- port for thousands of devices. The OPENSEA suite, a demic and commercial organizations.
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