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CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom. Cambridge Pixel engineers announced a new line of software modules for radar and camera security designers to integrate different sensor types into their solutions to reduce development cost and time.
January 29, 2014
Effective fusion of multiple sensors such as radar video and cameras is the key to presenting a situational display in military security applications that successfully informs the operator and supports critical decision-making. However, while track display with track fusion offers the benefits of simplifying the display presentation based on an assessment of threat, this approach is only as effective as the rules used to process, filter, and select the information. Complementing the processed display with the ability to show primary sensor data allows for simplified presentation of complex information where there is confidence in the data interpretation, while still permitting the operator to observe raw sensor data for manual interpretation, verification, or simply reassurance.
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CAMBRIDGE, UK. Engineers at Suritec have integrated the Cambridge Pixel SPx Fusion video and display software into the Hyperstar Command & Control (C2) Activity-Based Intelligence (ABI) system. SPx fusion enables fusing primary radar video tracks with Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) and Automatic Identification System (AIS) data from ship and aircraft transponders. This capability will improve target validation and reduce information on the operator display of the Hyperstar system.
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