SeeByte and BlueView Announce Partnership

Tuesday, August 02, 2011

SeeByte and BlueView Technologies have announced plans for advanced sonar analytics software technology to be licensed by SeeByte to BlueView.
BlueView COO Jason Seawall commented, “Having successfully worked with SeeByte in the past and witnessed the impact of their software when utilized with our sonar, we believe that this agreement will take BlueView to a new level by enabling advanced features that our customers will value.”
Bob Black, CEO at SeeByte, added, “Our software driven capabilities will provide BlueView Technologies with a fantastic new capability for their globally recognised range of sonar systems. We look forward to supporting BlueView as they deliver higher value solutions to their customers.”
SeeByte develops software-based solutions for the offshore, energy and military sectors. SeeByte software is designed to enhance the performance of underwater sensors, vehicles and integrated systems.
BlueView has more than 500 installed systems worldwide with their sonar systems currently deployed on AUVs, ROVs, surface vessels, fixed installations and portable tripods.


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