Please join us on Thursday, August 19 at 11:00 AM EDT.

Greensea and GRi Simulations have created a training simulator for EOD Workspace that replicates the real world experience of flying an ROV. This allows operators to train without putting an ROV in the water. We're introducing this product during our 6th Mixtape Session.

During this Mixtape Session, you’ll learn:

  • What makes this simulator an invaluable training tool
  • What’s included in the simulator product
  • How the EOD-WS Simulator fits in an EOD training scenario

All registrants will have access to the recorded session after the event.

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Pete Kerson

Pete is Greensea's Program Manager for EOD Technologies, which includes EOD Workspace and SafeC2. After ten years in the US Navy, Pete joined Greensea because he wanted to work with smart people to solve hard problems that matter. When he's not testing robots or wrangling engineers, he enjoys the beauty and good food of Vermont.


Naomi Harrison

Naomi is a Junior Robotics Engineer who develops software for SafeC2. Naomi received a Bachelor of Science in Robotics Engineering and Mechanical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute where she wrote a research paper on human-robot supervisory control that was published to the 2021 ICRA conference. Additionally, Naomi was the student director of Engineering Ambassadors, a STEM outreach group that provided presentations and activities on engineering for K-12 students.


Greg Horton

Greg is Senior Robotics Engineer at Greensea and is the technical lead for the SafeC2 project. Greg has over 25 years of experience in embedded software development, with 8 years in the marine robotics industry (AUVs and ROVs). Greg works out of Greensea's Plymouth, Massachusetts office. He lives on Cape Cod and enjoys road biking, playing music, brewing beer and family/dog time.


Speaker: Karl Lander

Commander Karl Lander, USCG, retired, completed US Navy dive training in 1996 and served as a diver and engineer onboard the Coast Guard icebreakers POLAR SEA and POLAR STAR. Commander Lander went on to serve as Chief Engineer in USCGC MUNRO, and Executive Officer in USCGCs RELIANCE and HEALY as well as serving in critical positions overseeing ship maintenance and repair at Coast Guard Pacific Area and Coast Guard Headquarters. Following his retirement from the Coast Guard, Commander Lander joined Greensea in 2017 and currently serves as Director, Hull Robotics.

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