Seaview Sensing Ltd was founded in 2004 making decades of research and software development (led by Professor Lucy Wyatt) accessible to the ocean sensing world.
At the heart of Seaview's products is software that processes phased array HF radar data to provide real-time, met-ocean information of wave, wind and current, with a high spatial and temporal resolution and large area coverage. The software is proven, portable and platform independent, working with any suitable radar.
MEET THE TEAM
Seaview's customers benefit from the successful team from Sheffield University working with them, along with Seaview's wealth of software and know-how developed over many years of research and development. Seaview is committed to cutting edge science and continuous innovation for the benefit of our customers in the environmental and non-military sectors.
The founder and Technical Director, Professor Lucy Wyatt, has been involved in ocean information, research and consultancy since 1981. Working with the Department of Applied Mathematics and the Sheffield Centre for Earth Observation Science at the University of Sheffield and previously at the University of Birmingham, Professor Wyatt has achieved international recognition for the HF radar oceanographic measurement methods that she and her group have developed.
DR J. J. GREEN
J. J. Green was responsible for developing the original software with Lucy at Sheffield University and is now producing the next generation of Seaview Realtime software.
Managing Director, joined Lucy Wyatt to create Seaview Sensing in January 2004. Tessa comes from a background of embedded electronic product research, design and development. Tessa's wealth of experience includes managing the Electronic Design Unit at CEFAS (Government Agency of DEFRA) where products were created to support the work of marine biologists and oceanographers. She also managed a design team at CNH (New Holland) providing real-time electronic control systems for agricultural tractors with design teams across the globe.
DR ANDREW MIDDLEDITCH
Andrew Middleditch joined Seaview Sensing as a software developer in 2006 after completing a PhD, at the University of Sheffield, investigating HF radar signal processing techniques. He is currently involved in installations across Australia relating to the ACORN project and is now based in Wellington, New Zealand.
Judith Pigg of Accessible Marketing has been working with Seaview Sensing in a marketing capacity since January 2008. Judith has many years marketing experience and is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) and a Chartered Marketer. Judith represents Seaview at various trade shows and conferences and is also responsible for all marketing activity including the Wave Energy Survey and regular Seaview newsletters.