Software to help integrate sensors into surveillance systems introduced by Cambridge Pixel

CAMBRIDGE, England, 23 May 2014. Cambridge Pixel in Cambridge, England, is introducing the Secure-X family of software modules to help radar and camera security experts integrate disparate sensor types into security and surveillance systems.

May 23rd, 2014
Software to help integrate sensors into surveillance systems introduced by Cambridge Pixel
Software to help integrate sensors into surveillance systems introduced by Cambridge Pixel
CAMBRIDGE, England, 23 May 2014. Cambridge Pixel in Cambridge, England, is introducing the Secure-X family of software modules to help radar and camera security experts integrate disparate sensor types into integrated security and surveillance systems.

Secure-X provides a toolkit of 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 also is 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, localization and long-term support.

"We are seeing increasing demand for integrated radar and camera surveillance solutions in border and perimeter security, and for asset protection," says David Johnson, Cambridge Pixel's managing director.

The Secure-X software family is based on components from Cambridge Pixel's SPx and SPx-AV software modules, which are deployed in military and commercial applications, including security and command-and-control systems.

These modules are provided as C++ classes that can be built into a Windows or Linux application. Secure-X interfaces to many standard radars.

For more information contact Cambridge Pixel online at www.cambridgepixel.com.

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