Halifax, NS (PRWEB) July 20 2016 – CarteNav Solutions, the Halifax-based makers of advanced mission management and sensor management software, is now busy with the next stage of its successful summer tradeshow schedule and will be demonstrating the very latest version of its cutting-edge software at the ALEA Expo in Savannah, Georgia this week.
The Nova Scotia software company will be showcasing the latest features of its advanced software solutions to government, commercial, and public visitors at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center, Savannah, Georgia, July 20-22nd. The latest version of its software has been specifically designed to provide huge benefits to airborne law enforcement operators.
“Since winning the UK NPAS rotary wing contract two years ago, CarteNav has developed some fantastic new features in the software that are designed specifically to meet the needs of airborne law enforcement operators” said Steve Watson, CarteNav’s VP Business Development. “As you would expect, the software still integrates exceptionally well with a large number of different EO/IR cameras and other sensors, but we have now integrated searchlight management and control, vehicle tracking feeds, and a host of other new features” he continued.
CarteNav’s AIMS-ISR® and AIMS-HD software solutions are in use in various roles around the world, not only on helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft, but also on ships and reconnaissance vehicles, and the wide application of the software has helped the company achieve a global footprint.
“These new enhancements also help to emphasise the flexibility and wide application of our software” said Mr. Watson. “Our customers’ needs and diverse operations help us to plan our software development roadmap, and special features often become part of the core product, benefiting other customers” concluded Mr. Watson.
CarteNav’s software is widely used around the world across a variety of mission types, such as Search and Rescue, fire mapping, infrastructure monitoring, and of course, airborne law enforcement, to name just a few.