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SeeByte Provides SeeTrack Military Training to the Polish Navy

August 15, 2011

Photo: Seebyte's Training Engineers

Photo: Seebyte's Training Engineers

SeeByte, the global leader in creating smart software technology for unmanned systems, has successfully provided the Gdansk University of Technology (GUT) and the Polish Navy full training to accompany their recent purchase of SeeByte’s SeeTrack Military software.

Having acquired SeeTrack Military earlier this year, SeeByte’s team trained two engineers from GUT and two members of Poland’s naval staff, including Lieutenant Adam Polak of the Polish Naval Academy, at SeeByte’s headquarters in Edinburgh. The Polish Navy’s 8th Coastal Defense Flotilla commands the Mine Countermeasures (MCM) vessels, whilst GUT work closely with the Navy to ensure it is equipped with state-of-the-art, new generation technology to carry out these duties.

Lieutenant Polak commented of the training: “I found the instruction in SeeTrack to be straightforward, efficient and insightful. As a new user of the software and its accompanying modules it is clear how easily SeeTrack Military could improve the efficiency of missions and naval operations. At this time, we intend to use the software to develop future capabilities within the Polish Navy, and I feel the SeeTrack training will prove vital in this development.”

SeeTrack Military is a mission-planning, monitoring and post-processing tool that provides users with the ability to view their operating environment in a single, integrated picture while saving time, money and valuable man-hours. This latest purchase by GUT brings the current number of NATO friendly countries utilizing the mission-planning, monitoring and post-processing software tool to twelve.
 

  • About SeeByte

Founded in Edinburgh, Scotland, SeeByte has been creating the most advanced awareness control systems for the latest generation of unmanned systems, including autonomous underwater vehicles and remotely operated vehicles since 2001. These technologies have been successfully integrated into land, air and sea solutions for the military and security, offshore and subsea, and renewable energy sectors. These integrations have earned a remarkable number of world-first technologies that showcase the unique capabilities and SeeByte’s innovative drive.

 



 
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