SeeByte, a global leader in creating smart software technology for unmanned systems and ASV, a leading supplier of Unmanned and Autonomous Marine Systems, announces a commercial partnership where the two companies will collaborate to bring new advanced capabilities and solutions to the field of maritime autonomy.

7-2SeebyteThis agreement sees SeeByte and ASV build upon previous collaborative work to develop the next generation of adaptive autonomy by working together across the fleet of ASV platforms and SeeByte’s software solutions. SeeByte’s smart software can be integrated onto unmanned vehicles to offer adaptive autonomy. This allows vehicles to react and adapt their missions according to feedback from their sensors and to collaborate with other vehicles in the fleet.

Ioseba Tena, Sales Manager at SeeByte, commented “We have had a very close working relationship with ASV which has seen us develop and demonstrate many innovative autonomous capabilities. This partnership essentially formalises our commitment to join our capabilities to continue bringing new autonomous solutions to the market”.

Dan Hook, Managing Director at ASV, said “We have identified a number of opportunities across many of our market sectors, including oil & gas, oceanography and defence, where a partnership with SeeByte will be of benefit. Integrating SeeByte’s software technology with the ASView Control System and ASV platforms will provide us with the technical and commercial muscle to pursue new innovative solutions”.

Ioseba Tena and Dan Hook will be presenting a talk on the work SeeByte and ASV have done together on the AAOSN project. This will be at Oceanology International on Thursday the 17th of March at 11.20am on the Unmanned Vehicles and Vessels Showcase.

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