SeeByte Ltd. Announces New Appointments

Friday, November 16, 2007
SeeByte Ltd., a Scottish software product company announces two new appointments to its technologies team based in Edinburgh. Since its founding in 2001, SeeByte has experienced rapid growth providing situation awareness software for people and machines in the Offshore and Defence industries. The increase in staff is a result of SeeByte's commitment to be at the forefront of providing innovative, state of the art tools to the markets' increasing demand for more autonomy from their operational vehicles. Jose Vazquez has joined as Navigation and Control specialist, responsible for further developing SeeByte's SeeTrack products for autonomous systems. Prior to joining SeeByte Ltd., Vazquez held a Post Doctoral position at Heriot Watt's world renowned Oceans laboratory. A continuing partnership relationship with Heriot-Watt University is enabling SeeByte to maintain the innovative edge over its competitors, and to recruit and retain talented technical staff. Hector Hugo Mijares has been appointed senior development engineer, having responsibilities throughout the company's product lines, with a focus on embedded real time software design and development. With previous experience at Indra Sistemas, a leading Defence Contractor in Spain, Mijares brings with him excellent software skills and experience developing critical defence systems. Since its creation, the company has pursued bootstrap organic growth, currently employs 33 people and continues to grow.
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