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Who we are

SEE is a privately-owned French company founded in 1968 and a leading player in radio frequency technologies and M2M solutions.

We can rely on our strong R&D team of expert engineers and technicians, combined with specialised field and lab installers and maintainers, and also on a network of distributors, developers and integrators skilled in their fields.

What we do

We design, engineer and manufacture fixed and embedded electronic equipment for use in confined and harsh environment for mobile radio critical communications. In addition we also offers installation, maintenance and support services.

We aim at being a major player:
- in the supply of radio equipment for open-to-the-public places and buildings and constrained areas where critical communications are an absolute necessity,
- and in the development of new and innovative equipment for Road, Rail, Marine, Oil, Gas, Water and Civil Security sectors.


Hardware Design 28%
Installation 27%
Maintenance 22%
Consulting & Audit 13%
Software Publishing 10%

Some of our achievements

  • Vehicle Tracking & Logbook System M2M and telecom outdoor & indoor communication solution

  • Airbus A380 Parts Convoy Mobile Tracking System M2M outdoor mobile communication solution

  • Pipe-line monitoring M2M outdoor communication solution

  • Power lines monitoring Two-function M2M outdoor communication solution

  • Dispatcher Monitoring console aggregating all communication resources

  • Outdoor & Indoor Communication Resources Interfacing M2M and telecom outdoor & indoor communication solution


SEE exhibitor at SIdO 2016 in Lyon

On April 6-7 SEE exhibits at SIdO (Internet Of Things Showroom) in Lyons, presenting exciting new IoT solutions for the professionals.

SEE implements indoor continuity in Marseille's new cut-and-cover tunnels

SEE has been selected to implement the indoor continuity of cellular networks inside Marseille's Rocade L2 new cut-and-cover tunnels.

SEE chosen to extend the Frejus Tunnel’s cellular network

SEE’s specialized “indoor” team is extending the radio network of the Frejus tunnel (between France and Italy) to the new gallery been prepared to double the tunnel capacity.