USA: SeeByte Appoints New Senior Engineer

USA: SeeByte Appoints New Senior Engineer

SeeByte, the global leader in creating smart software technology for unmanned systems, welcomed Dr Jaehoon Lee as the company’s newest Senior Engineer.

Jaehoon joins SeeByte from Wintec Inc. where he held the position of Senior Systems Engineer for the past five years. Now based in San Diego, Jaehoon’s experience and expertise will boost SeeByte’s engineering efforts as the US team expands.

Jon Wood, Director of Operations for SeeByte Inc. commented: “I’m thrilled to welcome Jaehoon as part of our US-based team. He’ll be an invaluable member of the engineering team, supporting both our US Navy programs and our commercial partners.”

Having spent some time at SeeByte’s headquarters in Edinburgh, Jaehoon will now return to the US to continue his post as Senior Engineer.

SeeByte’s CEO Bob Black commented: “This is the first in a line of exciting news regarding our US presence this year – so watch this space.”

Subsea World News Staff , July 02, 2012;  Image: SeeByte

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