Belgian Navy Renews SeeTrack Licences for Its AUVs

SeeByte has secured the renewal of 10 SeeTrack licences used for the existing AUV fleet of the Belgian Navy.

The renewal includes an upgrade to the latest version of SeeTrack V4, and comprises of operational support and SeeByte’s Automatic Target Recognition (ATR) suite.

SeeByte’s technical client manager, Alastair Cormack said, “The SeeTrack V4 package offers software solutions to maximize the capabilities of Unmanned Maritime Systems (UMS) while maintaining operator control and situational awareness during potentially difficult mine countermeasure (MCM) missions. This software allows decisions to be made using the best quality data available. We are delighted to continue working with the Belgian Navy and look forward to continuing supporting their systems.”

SeeTrack V4 software package includes specialist modules designed for MCM operations. These include change detection tool, performance analysis training tool (PATT) and seafloor classification. These modules are designed to optimize SeeTrack V4 for survey operations, highlight relevant UMS sensor data to the operator, and improve situational awareness, the company explained.

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