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RadarVision converts radar data into a camera-like data stream for presentation of high fidelity radar on any video management system (VMS) and interfaces to a wide range of security, maritime and specialist military radars.[Continue reading →]

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Cemtrol is using Cambridge Pixel's HPx-200e PCI Express (PCIe) radar input card and versatile SPx software library to add comprehensive radar acquisition and display capability to its new multi-function Radar Display Console.[Continue reading →]

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Cambridge Pixel's free SPx Radar Coverage Tool assists commercial security/defence integrators, installers and developers to select the optimum location for a radar or other sensor based on line-of-sight visibility.[Continue reading →]

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Cambridge Pixel\'s USVx radar display controls radar sensors and tracking functions on unmanned surface vehicles (USVs). • Cambridge Pixel at forefront of radar processing for USVs with purpose-built radar display and suite of modules for radar acquisition, tracking, fusion and recording

• Cambridge Pixel will be showcasing its USVx radar display – alongside North American distributor, EIZO Rugged Solutions - at Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Expo 2016 (Stand 1019), Maryland, USA from 16-18 May[Continue reading →]

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OSI\'s integrated bridge system Cambridge Pixel (www.cambridgepixel.com), an award-winning developer of radar display, tracking and simulation subsystems, has supplied radar simulator software to OSI Maritime Systems (OSI), a world-leading provider of integrated navigation and tactical solutions for the naval market.

OSI is supplying an Integrated Bridge System to the Royal Malaysian Navy for use in the soon-to-be commissioned Littoral Combat Ship (LCS). The fully-functioning radar simulator supports OSI’s need to perform integration activities in advance of installation and commissioning on the vessel, and includes comprehensive software emulation of the radar control interface.[Continue reading →]

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Cambridge Pixel has received a Queen's Award for Enterprise in International Trade for 'outstanding overseas sales growth over the last three years' with recent sales success in North America, South Korea, India, Spain, Indonesia and Thailand.[Continue reading →]

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CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom – Cambridge Pixel (www.cambridgepixel.com) a developer of sensor processing and display solutions, has unveiled its Secure-X family of software modules. Secure-X is designed to help those developing radar and camera security solutions to quickly and cost-effectively integrate disparate sensor types into their security surveillance solution and to thereby reduce development time and cost.

Secure-X provides a toolkit of field-proven, best-in-class software building blocks for radar and camera interfacing, processing and display with modules for radar acquisition, processing, scan conversion, tracking of radar and video targets, fusion, recording and display. Secure-X is also available as a ready-to-run surveillance application that integrates radar and video cameras with threat display, recording and target tracking - with optional source code for extension, localisation and long-term support.[Continue reading →]

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Cambridge Pixel's HPx-300 radar output card will allow developers of radar tracking or radar display applications to perform an end-to-end test of their systems in the laboratory ahead of deployment with a radar.[Continue reading →]

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Cemtrol is using Cambridge Pixel's HPx-200e PCI Express (PCIe) radar input card and versatile SPx software library to add comprehensive radar acquisition and display capability to its new multi-function Radar Display Console.[Continue reading →]

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Cambridge Pixel has supplied Hanwha Thales Corporation (HTC), formerly Samsung Thales Corporation (STC), with radar trackers and display components for use in an air traffic surveillance project in South Korea. HTC's system is currently deployed at Air Force bases across the Republic of Korea.[Continue reading →]

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Cambridge Pixel is supplying its primary radar acquisition and network distribution solutions to Danish company DSE Airport Solutions as part of an air traffic management (ATM) project for the Royal Danish Air Force.[Continue reading →]

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