Posted by June 19, 2017

SeeByte Wins Belgian Navy Contract

Belgian Navy buys 10 licenses of SeeByte’s SeeTrack software for its AUV fleet

 
SeeByte, creator of smart software for unmanned maritime systems, said it has sold 10 SeeTrack licenses, including personnel training, to the Belgian Navy. SeeTrack will be integrated onto its AUV fleet which will be deployed for Mine Counter Measures (MCM).
 
The software package includes additional specialist modules designed for mine countermeasure (MCM) operations, SeeByte said. These include Automatic Target Recognition (ART), Change Detection Tool, Performance Analysis Training Tool (PATT) and Seafloor Classification modules, each designed to optimize SeeTrack for MCM and highlight the relevant data from the sensors on-board the AUVs to the operator.
 
SeeByte describes SeeTrack as an open-architecture platform solution that can be easily adapted for specific user needs. Developed as a mission-planning, monitoring, post-processing and reporting tool, this software technology has been deployed on numerous surveys, military and security operations and scientific experiments.
 
Alastair Cormack, SeeByte technical client manager, commented, “Where navies are looking to continually invest in technology that will allow them to get the most out of the systems available to them, SeeByte is able to provide them with just that.”
 
More than 20 navies are running SeeTrack worldwide, Cormack added.
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