Cambridge Pixel is a specialist provider of radar interfacing, target tracking and display solutions for applications in naval military, maritime navigation, drone detection, naval military, ATC and security. Solutions are available as either turnkey applications that integrate radar sensors and cameras with a full user-interface, or as subsystems that can be used by system integrators to incorporate radar processing into custom solutions.

Cambridge Pixel’s products interface to a wide range of radar types using either network protocols or radar signals with the HPx series of hardware cards. Cambridge Pixel is committed to open systems and open standards. The company’s software is based on industry-standard operating systems, graphics libraries and network protocols.

Cambridge Pixel’s SPx Server product provides an advanced multihypothesis, multimodel radar tracker that can be configured to work with a wide range of radar and target types.

Tracks may be output as standard ASTERIX CAT 48, CAT 10 or NMEA TTM, with full remote control through a software interface and a local display for configuration and maintenance.

The tracker provides automatic acquisition in selected areas with fully configurable tracking parameters, which can have different values in different areas of the radar coverage.

To support system development, testing and training solutions, Cambridge Pixel’s SPx Radar Simulator provides a multichannel simulator including scenario generation for moving targets and moving radar platforms. The simulator can generate any combination of radar video (primary and IFF), tracks, AIS, ADS-B and NMEA navigation data. Data can be output in ASTERIX and NMEA standards with the option of generating radar signals using the HPX-300 card. Cambridge Pixel’s systems are in wide deployment in military and security solutions around the world. The products the company provides are supported with its specialist knowledge of radar processing and experience with providing hundreds of successful projects on land, sea and air.