Belgian Navy picks SeeByte for unmanned systems software delivery

Screenshot of the SeeTrack AUV software interface. Photo: SeeByte

The Belgian Navy has selected Batelle’s SeeByte to deliver its software and personnel training for the operation of unmanned maritime systems.

The company’s SeeTrack software package will be integrated onto the Belgian AUV fleet which will be deployed for mine counter measures (MCM).

The announcement is in line with the recently held MCM trials which took place in the Belgian Zeebrugge navy base.

SeeByte’s software package includes additional specialist modules designed for mine countermeasure (MCM) operations. These include automatic target recognition (ART), change detection tool, performance analysis training tool (PATT) and seafloor classification modules.

Alastair Cormack, technical client manager commented on behalf of SeeByte: “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. With over 20 navies running SeeTrack, SeeByte is proud to support AUV fleets worldwide.”

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