MTR100 '13 SeeByte
Orchard Brae House
Edinburgh, Midlothian, U.K. eh4 2hs
Tel: +44 (0) 131 447 4200
Number of Employees: 50
SeeByte has achieved a position of leadership in the development of smart software for underwater vehicles, sensors and systems in both the Military and Oil & Gas sectors. SeeTrack Military is a technology used by Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) and Clearance Divers around the world, to achieve success in managing their off-board assets during dangerous and demanding missions. This unique system for rapid on-site analysis and fusion of sensor data has been used within numerous military & security exercises, surveys and operations. SeeTrack CoPilot is the world’s most advanced, easy-to-use, plug-and play software that makes piloting any ROV a much simpler task. Through a straightforward and intuitive point and click interface, SeeTrack CoPilot has led the way in the offshore oil and gas industry. SeeTrack CoPilot permits pilot controlled auto-transit and stop-and-hover, while providing automated sonar tracking and movement relative to a target. By offering the largest available set of flight modes, SeeTrack CoPilot delivers the benefits of Dynamic Positioning in environments and scenarios not achievable using any other software product. SeeTrack AutoTracker is a record-breaking software which enables AUVs to detect and track a pipeline using existing payload sensors. The technology allows for improved inspection data, time-reductions due to fewer repeat missions and has the ability to reason logically when faced with multiple pipelines or unexpected burials. Using SeeTrack AutoTracker is designed to ensure that, throughout the survey, the correct and most accurate data is gathered by the AUV.
The Case SeeByte provides clients in the Military and Oil and Gas sectors with advanced software to enhance the capabilities of their underwater sensors, vehicles and systems. SeeByte is also increasingly partnering with leading hardware manufacturers to provide enhanced capabilities for sensors and systems.
(As published in the July/August 2013 edition of Marine Technologies - www.seadiscovery.com)