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June 05, 2018
The SPx Server from Cambridge Pixel, a component in the company?s SPx radar-processing family, is a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) primary radar data extractor and target tracker. Interfacing to hardware or network radar video, SPx Server accepts polar format radar video and process...
January 19, 2018
The advent of augmented reality (AR) systems is no longer the reserve of fighter pilots with heads-up displays and soldiers with wearable AR goggles; AR is now being used in military surveillance systems as well. Superimposing context-dependent graphical information as an overlay to camera video can aid in the interpretation of a complex surveillance situation, enabling a faster response to threats, clarity of decision-making, and improved situational awareness.
July 25, 2017
CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom. Officials at Cambridge Pixel released the HPx-346. It is a compact, low power, standalone primary radar input and network distribution card.
January 18, 2017
Advances in naval radar capabilities need to be matched with flexible software architectures that can exploit the radar sensor to identify threats and provide robust software solutions, including multihypothesis, multimodel tracking, that can evolve over extended military program life cycles.
August 19, 2016
CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom. Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems UK officials selected Cambridge Pixel's radar display and target tracking modules to integrate into the company's Naval Vigilance Radar system.
January 21, 2016
Countering the growing "backdoor" threat posed by terrorists, smugglers, pirates, and political activists at military air and naval bases, airports, and ports requires sophisticated multisensor surveillance systems to ensure that incursions are rapidly detected and actioned. A hybrid approach that brings together conventional radar systems with high-resolution video imaging sensors, radar, and video trackers - incorporating Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast (ADS-B) and Automatic Identification System (AIS) transponder technology to filter out authorized targets - can deliver the high-accuracy threat detection needed even in adverse climatic conditions and poor visibility.
May 28, 2015
BANGKOK, Thailand. Cambridge Pixel was selected by engineers at the Royal Thai air force (RTAF) headquarters at Don Muang Airbase, Bangkok, Thailand to upgrade its radar display technology and air defense processing at several strategic sites across their country -- such as air force bases and training facilities -- without replacing the existing and expensive radar sensors.