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Oculus center in Palm Beach offers YachtEye demos

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Oculus Technologies has a new head office in the center of Amsterdam and a new demo center in West Palm Beach, Florida. The Dutch company is known for yacht information and entertainment systems YachtEye, Odyss, TRiN and ORBIIX, as well as VXcruise and VXflight for the cruise and aviation industries. According to a statement released by the company, the new offices reflect extensive growth over the past 18 months.

The new demo center, which officially opened during the Palm Beach International Boat Show earlier this year, is set up with a YachtEye demonstration system, including touchscreen panels for an interactive user experience. The center is intended as a platform from which to demonstrate the company’s products and solutions, introduce new innovations and establish business and client relations.

“With new appointments to the team, an expanding product portfolio and growth into new market sectors, there was an absolute need for larger facilities capable of supporting all of our company, client, team, innovations and technical requirements,” Peter Aarts, CEO of Oculus Technologies, stated.

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