Greenroom has successfully deployed our Mission Management Software aboard the DSSV Pressure Drop while supporting operations at sea following the refit of the DSV Limiting Factor in Fremantle, WA.
Greenroom CIO Zac Pullen deployed with the Caladan Oceanic team in late 2021, as we supported Commander Victor Vescovo, USN (Ret.) and the Caladan team as they descended for another record-breaking dive - below 10,000m into the depths of the Kermadec Trench.
Zac worked alongside other Australian Maritime College Alumni Tim Macdonald, Reuben Kent, and Jessie Ashendon-Lake as part of the Sub Team, while also integrating Greenroom’s Mission Management software (https://greenroomrobotics.com/posts/SubseaMissionSoftware) for the upcoming dives.
Zac oversaw the transition from hand written logs and manual data entry, to a digital and automated workflow that now fully utilises the power of Greenroom’s Mission Management software. Every piece of information is now systematically structured, tracked and analysed. This enables trend analysis, and forms the backbone for next-generation tracking and mapping. Importantly, the software also has the ability to capture all historic dive data which would allow Victor and his team to have digital records of their achievements. This data is crucial for future scientific and exploration endeavours - key aspects of Victor's efforts for which he was recently awarded 2021 Seakeeper of the Year (https://megayachtnews.com/2022/01/victor-vescovo-receiving-seakeeper-of-the-year-honors/).
“It was very rewarding to see the hard work of the team result in a system that served its purpose so well in the real world. We are very proud of the software and are excited to further develop and support the operation of the submersible and its team into the future.”
- Zac Pullen