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Greensea Systems Expands Operations in Vermont

Greensea Systems recently expanded its Vermont operations by leasing 4,200 ft2 of additional commercial space at The Creamery located at 20 Jolina Court, Richmond, VT. The new commercial space will provide additional office space as well as a much needed engineering laboratory space for research and development.  Greensea is the creator of OPENSEA®, the universal open architecture software platform for the marine industry

“I am committed to growing the company in Vermont and right here in Richmond. The new Creamery building presents a great opportunity to expand within walking distance of our current headquarters”, says Ben Kinnaman, Greensea CEO. “Greensea is growing and we are rapidly expanding within the maritime robotics industry. This new facility gives us additional space for vehicle testing, software integration, and control system development.”

Chris Chase, Vice President of Finance and Administration for Greensea, says “Since March of 2020, we’ve grown our headcount by 50% in our Richmond office. With pandemic restrictions easing, we’re getting more people into the office. It became pretty clear that we just did not have the space to accommodate our growth. Having commercial space available so close to us made this an easy decision to make.”

Greensea marked its 15th Anniversary by moving into and occupying the office space at The Creamery in time for a company-wide retreat. Greensea continues to hire throughout 2021 and into 2022.

About Greensea Systems

Greensea is the creator of OPENSEA, an open architecture software platform, and is a world leader in navigation and autonomy technology for marine robotics. Since opening in Richmond, Vermont in 2006, the company has successfully delivered more than 1500 OPENSEA-based systems to the manned and unmanned maritime industry. Greensea directly supports several military programs with products, training, and technology development, and also provides  software products and services to Original Equipment Manufacturers and leading developers and integrators throughout the marine industry.

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