Seatronics Choose SeeByte Software for ROV

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Monday, July 08, 2013
Predator ROV (Photo: SeeByte)

SeeByte and Seatronics announced that the Predator ROV will now be fully integrated with SeeByte’s SeeTrack CoPilot software. This collaboration will allow Seatronics to offer the advanced applications available through SeeTrack CoPilot as an integrated package and as a rental option for their customers.

David Currie, MD at Seatronics commented, “As the builders and global distributers of the Predator Inspection Class ROV, Seatronics were keen to find a software package to complement the abilities of the vehicle and make handling the ROV more user-friendly for all pilots. The software allows control and flexibility of the vehicle, meaning our customers will have the time and confidence to focus on the job at hand, and not on piloting the ROV.”

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