CarteNav launches expanded radar capabilities for flagship AIMS-ISR® software at Singapore Airshow

 CarteNav Solutions Inc., the international leader in mission system software solutions today announced a new radar control capability for its AIMS-ISR® software.

 This latest offering from CarteNav significantly extends the capabilities of the software, and provides users with comprehensive radar control capability, fully integrated into its existing software interface.

 Adding this capability to AIMS-ISR® means that existing radar functionality, such as sensor control, sensor display, and data management is now accessed more easily.

 Steve Watson, VP of Business Development at CarteNav, commented: “We are delighted to be launching our latest mission system software at the Singapore Airshow. AIMS-ISR® with radar has been developed to provide a more flexible and intuitive interface for radar operators, and can be used for a wide variety of missions, from maritime patrol to border surveillance.”

 Although Singapore Airshow 2016 marks the official launch of CarteNav’s latest software, it is already in service with an undisclosed military user, and is in the process of being delivered to other customers.

 Mr. Watson continued: “By integrating full radar control into the software and combining it with our Tactical Vision overlays, the operator now has improved geographic context for radar data and enhanced situational awareness from the local operating picture (LOP). The LOP features radar tracks, AIS, and other sensor data overlaid onto both live video and the dynamic moving map. The information now available to the operator from the combined feeds from the radar and the EO/IR camera, coupled with that of other sensors, has created an incredibly powerful user interface where a single user can quickly access and process all the information needed for the mission”.

This new software will be demonstrated in public for the first time at CarteNav’s booth, V67 at the show.

Original Version: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/02/prweb13215475.htm

 

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