SeaRobotics Corporation is pleased to announce that Jim Browning has joined the company as Vice President Production. Mr. Browning will be responsible for the further development of SeaRobotics’ manufacturing capabilities as the company expands to meet the requirements of its expanded product lines. His career in the ocean industry spans more than 25 years, beginning with U.S. Navy projects in the New London Submarine Base. He spent approximately 20 years with Perry Slingsby Systems in Jupiter, Florida.
“We are very fortunate have someone with Jim’s extensive experience in production management, quality systems, HSSE processes, and manufacturing management system. There are very few individuals in the ocean industry with the level of capability and experience that Jim brings to our company,” stated Don Darling, President of SeaRobotics.
The company has recently announced its program to refine its standard product line of USVs and the commercialization of various development projects, including its Ship Hull Cleaning technology developed for the U.S. Navy.
SeaRobotics specializes in small, smart vessels that are remotely or autonomously operated. Its clients include major military and commercial organizations, both U.S. and foreign. SeaRobotics' seasoned marine survey software interfaces with most data acquisition hardware, software, and sensing systems to produce multi-spectral, DGPS-stamped data for survey, research, or surveillance efforts. Applications for SeaRobotics vessels range from bathymetric and hydrographic surveys to coastal, harbor, and riverine surveillance. Many SeaRobotics vessels are small, modular, and man-portable, allowing rapid deployment in remote areas or deployment by larger vessels, and its command and control systems are user-friendly and compact, allowing backpack mobilization.