Belgian Navy renews SeeTrack v4 licence
The Belgian Navy has renewed its licence to use the SeeTrack v4 mission planning, monitoring and post-mission analysis tool on its fleet of AUVs and at the Belgian-Dutch Naval Mine Warfare school EGUERMIN.
Manufacturer SeeByte stated on 27 April that the latest 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 to support the Belgian Navy’s Mine Countermeasure (MCM) Operations and additional SeeTrack v4 licenses,’ it added.
SeeTrack v4 can generate an integrated image from multiple sensors and platforms. According to Shephard Defence Insight, it is supported by numerous platforms, including AUVs from Bluefin Robotics, Hydroid, Shark Marine Technologies and Teledyne Gavia.
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