Seebyte C2 Software Continues to Support Belgian Navy

Concept impression displaying asset progress, predicted path and actual GPS location. Copyright: SeeByte

SeeByte, a global leader of smart software solutions for Uncrewed Maritime Systems (UMS), has announced the renewal of licenses to the Belgian Navy to assist their fleet of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV) and the Belgian - Netherlands Naval mine warfare school, EGUERMIN.

SiteLogoThe renewal of the contract includes the most recent version of SeeByte’s Multi-domain control system SeeTrack v4, and the Automatic Target Recognition (ATR) system.  SeeByte also provides the Belgian Navy with operational support and training, allowing everyone from the students to the operators to benefit from SeeTrack v4’s capabilities.

SeeTrack v4 allows for more efficient mission planning, monitoring and post mission analysis whilst providing the navy with the ability to manage multiple sensors and platforms at one time, therefore maximizing the capabilities of their UMS.

Additionally, SeeTrack v4 maintains operator control and situational awareness in potentially dangerous situations, such as mine countermeasure missions (MCM), as the software is able to highlight relevant UMS sensor data to the operator.

Due to the open architecture of SeeTrack, it can be easily adapted to meet specific operational needs, as demonstrated through its use by over 20 navies worldwide, along with multiple security operations and scientific experiments.

“As we celebrate our 20th anniversary, we are thrilled to continue our support to the Belgian Navy and the NATO mine warfare school. We have been working together for many years and by providing them with the most up to date technology and systems, we are able to continue assisting the existing fleet and operators whilst supporting the training of the next generation of operators at EGUERMIN”, said Alastair Cormack, Commercial Manager for SeeByte.

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