SMD & SeeByte Deliver on Partnership Agreement

Press Release
Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Edinburgh, Scotland -  SeeByte and SMD plan to integrate a smart software tool for dynamic positioning and real-time monitoring of ROVs, based on integrating SeeByte’s CoPilot technology into SMD’s DVECSII control platform.

This will be available on SMD’s latest generation ROV systems, the first of which is the Atom. SeeTrack CoPilot offers station-keeping, cruise-control, survey-control, multibeam imaging, sonar track and mid-water DP.

“Our customers in the drill support, survey and construction sectors are facing increasingly challenging conditions and ever growing demand,” said Andrew Hodgson, CEO of SMD. “We need to make our tools more accessible, more efficient and, at the same time, maintain the level of performance  expected of us. I believe that our partnership with SeeByte is a key ingredient to help SMD meet the challenge. ”

 

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