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SeeByte for Royal Netherlands Navy

  23/04/2012
SeeByte, UK, is to provide the Royal Netherlands Navy with 20 new SeeTrack Military licences. This purchase follows the Royal Netherlands Navyís successful use of SeeTrack Military over the past six years. The licences will be deployed to the Diving and Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group in Den Helder, the BE/NL Minewarfare school Eguermin in Ostend, Belgium, and to researchers at the Netherlandís TNO institute.

 

Seebyte for NL Navy

Lt Cdr Guido Fretz, representative of the Netherlands Ministry of Defence, commented that the navy has used SeeTrack Military for many years now to assist with mission planning and post processing of data from our REMUS AUVs and our Shark Navigators. “We believe that it is a very effective package available to us to help run our MCM and harbour protection missions, and train the operators.”  

 

SeeByte’s SeeTrack Military software is an open-architecture platform solution for rapid on-site analysis and data fusion that can be easily adapted for specific user needs.  Developed as a mission-planning, monitoring and post-processing tool, this software technology has been successfully deployed on numerous surveys, military and security operations and scientific experiments. It is also easily integrated to allow data export into other tactical software, like MEDAL or MINTACS, as was proven with the COIN solution used by the U.S. Navy's Explosive Ordnance Disposal teams.

 




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