Marybeth Gilliam News

Photo: Klein Marine Systems

Klein Selects Greensea Inertial Navigation

of a subsystem with this broad range of sensor functions allows Klein Marine Systems to focus on our core competency, sonar imaging, knowing that we are continuously receiving high quality sensor data.”“We are excited that Klein Marine chose Greensea as a navigation partner,” said Marybeth Gilliam, Greensea’s COO. “Our recent integration with their flagship product, the System 5900, is indicative of our strong commitment to support their success. We pushed ourselves to look for ways to trim costs without sacrificing performance and we were able to provide a customized solution

Regina Yopak (Photo: Greensea)

Greensea Names Yopak Applications Engineer, Service Manager

Engineering from the University of Rhode Island.In her new role, Yopak will work as a bridge between Greensea customers and engineering teams, provide technical support and expertise to customers and develop systems and procedures to ensure the company maintains exceptional customer satisfaction.Marybeth Gilliam, Greensea COO, explained, “Regina’s education combined with her hands-on experience will bring an unparalleled level of support for both our customers and software engineers. She will directly influence the future of Greensea’s software development through the lens of our users

ION, Greensea Ink Joint Marketing Agreement

, positioning, sensing and communications challenges, there is a lot more potential to diversify over the next five years and we look forward to working together.”“Greensea has been developing innovative technology to improve subsea vehicle navigation for over ten years,” stated Marybeth Gilliam, Chief Operating Officer for Greensea Systems. “We have installed our integrated navigation and control system on hundreds of offshore and military vehicles. With the addition of ION’s advanced compass, we believe this is the most robust, precise and operator-friendly control and

MTS ROV Committee Chair, Chuck Richards, presents the 2018 Corporate Excellence Award to Greensea president and CEO, Ben Kinnaman (Photo: Greensea)

Greensea Wins MTS Corporate Excellence Award

Vehicle committee of the Marine Technology Society (MTS) at Underwater Intervention in New Orleans, La.   The award, which is presented to companies that have made significant contributions to the ROV community, was accepted by Greensea’s CEO and president, Ben Kinnaman, and COO, Marybeth Gilliam.   “I was pleased to present this prestigious award to Greensea. Their products, specifically the OPENSEA operating platform, is a significant advancement for all subsea vehicles. It contributes to simplifying complex robotic operations, resulting in increased productivity and reduced

Galal Hamdy (Photo: Greensea)

Greensea Names Hamdy as VP, Business Development

unit.    Vermont-based Greensea has increased its staff by 40 percent in the past six months, and said it is poised to continue this growth trend in 2018.   “Greensea is anticipating 2018 to be another year of explosive sales growth,” according to the company's COO, Marybeth Gilliam. “Galal will be instrumental in driving growth and meeting our projections. He will be focused on identifying key partners, building long-term original equipment manufacturing (OEM) relationships, and developing new market segments.&rdquo

Matthew Parrilla (Photo: Greensea)

Greensea Hires Parrilla as Robotics Engineer

of Maryland, worked as a data visualization artist, co-founded a startup, and spends his time backcountry skiing whenever possible.   “In the development of technology that better serves offshore operators, we seek technologists with broad and varied backgrounds”, explained Marybeth Gilliam, COO, Greensea. “Matt's background in Physics, his expertise with various software platforms, and his experience and passion for data mining and visualization make him an ideal team member.”  

Marybeth Gilliam (Photo: Greensea)

Greensea Names Gilliam COO

Greensea’s Chief Marketing Officer and Vice President of Sales, Marybeth Gilliam, has been appointed Chief Operating Officer, a new position at the company. Gilliam joined Greensea in 2015 and has led the company through a period of sales growth. Effective immediately, Gilliam will be responsible for operations, services and sales, as well as ensuring continued sales growth and improving efficiencies and profitability. “It would be difficult to overstate Marybeth's value and contribution to the company. As a partner, she has been integral in developing the front-end of Greensea over

Man and machine: Ben Kinnaman and his Greensea Systems team are determined to deliver the standard operating platform for the marine industry. (Photo: Greensea)

Greensea: Redefining the Connection between Man and Machine

felt that we had reached a maturity level of OPENSEA that would enable us to start productizing this technology. So for the next couple years, we really listened to the community to figure out how to go to market with the technology.    And what was the strategy from the outset?  Marybeth Gilliam joined us at the end of 2014 to help me take this to market – to figure out the market entry for this technology and how we were going to be successful in the market with OPENSEA. Today Greensea is a provider of products and technologies based on OPENSEA in five sectors of the marine industry:

Kevin Wingart (Photo: Greensea)

Greensea Adds Wingart as Quality Control Engineer

hundreds of thousands of dollars a day offshore, products need to work right 100 percent of the time. Kevin’s experience in nuclear energy provided him with the engineering experience and sense of responsibility we felt was necessary for the quality control role at Greensea,” said Marybeth Gilliam, CMO, VP Sales, Greensea

Heath Hescock (Photo: Greensea)

Greensea Appoints New Robotics Engineer

programming at Globalfoundaries. He earned a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Vermont, a B.A. degree from Vermont Technical College, and is also a skilled carpenter. “We actively seek engineers with varied real-world, hands-on experiences,” explained Marybeth Gilliam, CMO, VP Sales, Greensea. "Heath’s experience as a carpenter enhances his overall creativity and ability to innovate.&rdquo

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