Reach Robotics is excited to announce the onboarding of Curtis Opsahl as Sales Engineer for North America to support a growing client base and increased sales interest in the region. Curtis Opsahl is based in Washington, USA, and brings a strong technical background to the company’s sales and support team.

Curtis graduated from California Lutheran University in 2017 with a degree in Bioengineering, minoring in Math. After graduation, he worked for five years as an R&D engineer and manager at a USV company.   While there he worked on a wide range of projects, including AI and autonomy applications and designing a range of mechanical parts for USV integration.

“I joined Reach Robotics because I knew I wanted a new challenge staying in the marine robotics industry. The Sales Engineer position enables me to stay on the technical side of the house but be more customer-facing. More than anything though, I’ve always heard about how friendly Australians are so I wanted to see for myself. So far—the rumors are true!”

Curtis Opsahl, Sales Engineer – North America

Reach Robotics has customers in over 25 countries, including many in North America. We pride ourselves on providing responsive and solutions-focused technical support to ensure our clients have the smoothest experience integrating and operating our products.

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Command Pods

Command Pods are a pair of space mouse controllers comprising of left and right units. They are designed to attach to an ROV control tablet and allow full system control from one interface. The Command Pod configuration simplifies control of a dual-manipulator system as operators are able to intuitively control both arms, while still piloting the vehicle.
The joystick model allows for arms to be directed towards a target while the system automatically maps the arms configuration along that path.


Compatible with all Reach Robotics manipulators, the Master Arm controller is available in five and seven-function models to mimic your robotic arm. Achieve unparalleled precision and accuracy while undertaking complex tasks including:
  • Precise placement of probes for crack and corrosion monitoring.
  • Place and recover objects with unmatched dexterity and minimised
  • Attach hooks and shackles consistently.
  • Reach confined areas unreachable with lower degree-of-freedom manipulators
    and traditional control methods.