Kraken Robotics has entered into a partnership agreement with Greensea Systems to expand collaborative efforts to advance the capabilities of marine robotics.
Under the agreement, Greensea will support development, integration, and testing work with Kraken across several of Kraken’s technology platforms.
The companies have worked together over the last twelve months to utilize the OPENSEA Platform and provide a software architecture for Kraken’s autonomous underwater vehicles and towed systems.
According to Kraken, this partnership agreement simplifies contracting between the companies and allows for on-going collaboration for software and hardware technologies.
Greensea will support Kraken in maturing on-going programs and accelerating new commercial offerings, including supporting Kraken’s R&D programs under the scope of the OceanVision project.
The companies also intend to work together specifically in the areas of seabed residency and hull inspection and have already integrated Kraken sensors into the Greensea OPENSEA Platform and Greensea hardware products, including the newly developed Greensea Hull Crawler system.
The first phase of this work was completed in February 2020, with the integration of Kraken’s SeaVision 3D RGB Underwater Laser Scanner into a prototype of the Greensea Crawler. The system was fielded in Florida and demonstrated inspections of a real-world vessel.