The Liquid Robotics Open Oceans Partner Program is a global technology program designed to accelerate the creation, integration and deployment of new technologies and applications for unmanned ocean systems.
Building on the Wave Glider platform, the program offers a comprehensive suite of open integration and development tools, web services, APIs, training and services as well as access to the first Open Linux, JAVA based Operating Environment and a scalable IP Backplane designed for unmanned maritime systems.
The Open Oceans Partner Program enables leading sensor, software and integration partners to leverage the Wave Glider’s open platform to rapidly develop and deliver repeatable maritime solutions not possible or practical with today’s approaches—while generating new revenue opportunities for their business.
Hardware Development Kit
Software Development Kit
Data Delivery Portal
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Bench-top hardware that can reduce the need for a full Wave Glider during software and electrical development.
Modular design-in components speed integration onto the Wave Glider
Both online and hands on classroom curriculum covering Wave Glider design, system design considerations, as well as electrical, software and mechanical integration
Tailored direct and online support for developers and integrators throughout the project lifecycle, from consultation on architectural concepts to detailed design reviews and advanced technical support
Online access to documentation, tools, training, support, and community forums
Open Oceans is a global technology partner program designed to accelerate the creation, integration and deployment of new technologies and applications for unmanned ocean systems. Building upon the Wave Glider®, the world’s first wave and solar powered ocean robot, this program offers participating partners a comprehensive suite of open systems integration and development tools, interfaces, training and services as well as access to the first Open Linux, JAVA based Operating Environment designed for maritime systems.
The program content includes:
The Wave Glider provides a standards-based and open development environment for developers, who can customize to address application needs with their own hardware, sensors, software, and management. Open platforms are comprised of two key components:
Details of the open platform components:
To participate in the program partners must be approved by Liquid Robotics and sign the Liquid Robotics Developer Agreement. Developers will be expected to participate in Developer Training and to purchase professional services support hours.
A good fit for the program are systems integrators, sensor and instrument manufacturers, or software providers who offer defense, commercial or environmental maritime solutions—that are seeking to:
Partners can increase the value of their existing offerings; generate new revenue opportunity and differentiation by leveraging the capabilities of the Wave Glider to:
Participation requires participation in Liquid Robotics Developer Training. This training is designed to assure partners are well equipped to take advantage of the program, including use of detailed design documentation. While documentation is extensive, partners will require support and are expected to purchase Professional Services Support hours. Additional development tools, test offers, and custom support components of the program can be purchased based on specific partner requirements.
Access to Developer Resources requires execution of the Developer Agreement. For resellers who do not wish to pursue development or Wave Glider systems integration projects these resources are of less immediate relevance.
Program development tools such as the Hardware Development Kit are designed to simulate the target Wave Glider vehicle so partners do not have to invest up-front in a fully functional Wave Glider. Partners should consider acquiring Wave Gliders where appropriate to support demo and proof of concept stages of their customer engagements. Liquid Robotics offers special pricing to support these cases.
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