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SeeByte appoints Robert Johnson as Business Development Manager

Posted 27 February 2019 · Add Comment

Provider of software solutions for unmanned maritime systems, SeeByte, has appointed Robert Johnson as Business Development Manager for Defence, effective immediately.



Robert (above) joins with a remit to further strengthen SeeByte’s position in the rapidly growing defence market for unmanned systems.

Robert has over 17 years’ experience in the Maritime Defense industry, most recently working for Thales where he held a variety of Director positions spanning the anti-submarine warfare (ASW), mine countermeasures (MCM), electronic warfare (EW/ISR), abovewater systems/command and control (C2/CMS) business areas.

“Robert Johnson is an outstanding appointment for SeeByte and we are confident that he will deliver further growth for the company” said Bob Black, CEO at SeeByte.

“Robert’s extensive experience in the industry is welcomed and I know he will lead our business to new heights”.

“I am very pleased to be joining SeeByte at such an important phase of their growth, and I look forward to the opportunity to strengthen our strategic plans and develop new business areas in defence markets”, said Robert Johnson, Business Development Manager for Defence at SeeByte.

SeeByte specialises in creating robust, reliable and innovative software solutions for unmanned maritime systems.  Its open architecture technology provides enhanced capability, autonomy and value to maritime robotic systems and their users.

 

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