Software algorithms for radar detection introduced by Cambridge Pixel

Cambridge Pixel in Cambridge, England, is introducing software modeling algorithms to support the radar detection and tracking of small targets in naval, air traffic control, vessel traffic, commercial shipping, security, surveillance, and airborne radar applications.

Jan 1st, 2017

Cambridge Pixel in Cambridge, England, is introducing software modeling algorithms to support the radar detection and tracking of small targets in naval, air traffic control, vessel traffic, commercial shipping, security, surveillance, and airborne radar applications. The model-based tracking extensions enable the operator to create several models that match the signature of likely small and weak targets, such as a swimmer or crawler, rigid inflatable boat, Jet Ski, helicopter, small unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), or a motorcycle. Users also can configure the tracker to look for scenarios like targets moving toward a sensitive location or on a specific heading. The tracking software enables users to acquire several types of targets from the same data set. Cambridge Pixel's SPx radar tracking software is designed to operate with many different radar types and already is widely deployed in command and control, maritime navigation, security, airports, and vessel traffic applications.

FOR MORE INFORMATION visit Cambridge Pixel online at www.cambridgepixel.com.

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