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Oculus Technologies grows to meet demand

July 10, 2015 by robert in Featured, NL Excel, Power, Sail with 0 Comments

AMSTERDAM _ Oculus Technologies says it has beefed up its management, sales, product development and service departments in response to growing demand for its very upmarket infotainment products, The staff expansion is “part of the company’s continuing development which has seen a sharp rise in their sales over the last 12 months,” says Amsterdam-based Oculus Technologies.

It markets YachtEye (a dedicated, interactive TV channel showing a yacht and its passage and destination details) and Odyss (which provides time and weather details, geo-mapping, messaging and photo viewing).Additionally, it makes ORBIIX which does all of the above also and makes data visible on an interactive globe. Oculus Technologies is to release an updated YachtEye version later this year.

The company says it is branching out into the cruise line industry with VXcruise, a modified version of YachtEye for the cruise market. It was launched in March at the Miami Seatrade Show. Oculus Technologies B.V specializes in software and hardware development. Its Engine Room App, YachtEye XS, YachtEye and ORBIIX are products specifically designed for the superyacht and marine leisure markets.

www.oculustechnologies.nl  /  www,dutchyachtbuilding.com

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