About

SEER Technology

SEER Technology, Inc., headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, creates products that allow customers to "See What Can't Be Seen" in order to protect lives and enhance personal productivity in dangerous environments.

SEER was founded in 2005 with a mission to bring advanced chemical recognition technology, available only in high-end gas chromatography laboratories, to the field in a portable unit. Historically the recognition of unknown chemicals and their concentrations required trained laboratory personnel and multiple lab instruments costing hundreds of thousands of dollars. With the launch of AccuSense, first responders now have the ability to detect and identify multiple unknown chemicals and concentrations in a field deployable unit with only one button operation. It’s like taking an entire gas chromatograph laboratory with you to the field. And because AccuSense does not require inert gas as a reference like so many other chemical detection systems, it is perfect for continuous monitoring applications such as in commercial industrial and environmental situations.

The second product family developed by SEER Technology is a personnel tracking device capable of “seeing” personnel deployed in GPS denied environments. The NAViSEER Personnel Tracking System combines an inertial navigation device that is worn on a person’s back with SEER3D visualization software which represents that person as an avatar as they move into GPS denied environments, such as buildings, caves, heavy canopy areas, etc.

SEER is focused on delivering products which will identify threats and help protect personnel from harm in first responder situations. Five basic attributes have guided the development of the SEER products: (1) Low Cost (2) High Performance (3) Portability (4) Ease of use (5) Accuracy and reliability. These attributes will allow SEER products to be available and used by a broad customer base. But we know that ultimately our business is helping to save lives. Our goal is to provide solutions for those putting their lives on the line each day to enable them to return safely home to their families.