Oculus Technologies BV, the Dutch company behind superyacht infotainment solution YachtEye, has opened a new head office in Amsterdam and a demo centre in West Palm Beach, Florida.

The new head office provides the necessary facilities for the company to perform all commercial, administrative and technical activities. In addition to much needed larger office space, it also features a demo centre as well as facilities for client meetings and technical and innovation requirements.

The US demo centre in West Palm Beach is located right on the doorstep of the burgeoning US refit hub and is equipped with the latest YachtEye demonstration system, including touch screen panels to show the full range of interactive capabilities of other Oculus products such as TRiN, Odyss, ORBIX and VX Cruise.

The centre was officially opened during this year’s Palm Beach Boat Show in March and will form an important gateway for Oculus into the US market.

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

“Our new head office fits this brief perfectly. Complementing that with established demo centres around the globe is key to achieving a broader reach and immersing our clients in the unique user experience. We are now excellently positioned to start the next phase of our developments.”

Oculus Technologies specialises in infotainment for the yacht, cruise and aviation industries. The company was established in 2009 and is based in the Netherlands.