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C2 Software Renewed for Belgian Navy AUVs & Mine Warfare School

Published: 27 Apr 2021 by

Belgian Navy AUVSeeByte has confirmed that its SeeTrack v4 Multi-Domain Command and Control system will continue to be utilised by the Belgian Navy for its fleet of AUVs (autonomous underwater vehicles) and for training at the Belgian and Netherlands Naval Mine Warfare school, EGUERMIN.

The newest version of SeeTrack v4 provides enhanced planning, monitoring and post mission analysis capabilities for managing multiple sensors and platforms. The renewal includes SeeByte’s Automatic Target Recognition (ATR) suite, which will support the Belgian Navy’s Mine Countermeasure (MCM) Operations, as well as additional SeeTrack v4 licenses. SeeByte’s training programme will ensure that students at EGUERMIN as well as users in the field benefit from SeeTrack’s capabilities.

SeeTrack’s open architecture allows it to be easily adapted for specific operational needs. The system is currently in use with over 20 navies worldwide.

Alastair Cormack, Commercial Manager for SeeByte, commented: “We are delighted to continue to support the Belgian AUV operators and EGUERMIN with SeeTrack. This renewal ensures the fleet is well equipped with SeeByte’s most up-to-date C2 software and that we can continue to enable the training of students and end users of the system.”

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