Cambridge Pixel supplies sensor processing products and expertise to prime system integrators in the naval sector (including BAE Systems, Frontier Electronic Systems, Lockheed Martin, Navantia, Barco and DRS). With full British Standards audited ISO-9001 quality approvals, Cambridge Pixel understands the importance of providing full life-cycle support from pre-sales engineering for system design through to obsolescence management.
Cambridge Pixel is a specialist engineering company with a focus on radar and video. Our development engineers provide first-class technical support by combining expert knowledge of products and radar applications. Our expertise in networking, graphics programming, multiple programming languages and operating systems allows us to provide system-level support beyond the scope of our own products.
What do our customers say?
"We chose the Cambridge Pixel HPx-250 PMC card because it satisfied our three key requirements in a low powered, small form factor solution. The Cambridge Pixel team has also worked closely with NAWC WOLF personnel during development and responded to requests for unique modifications in an economical and timely manner." - David Kenney, Electronics Engineer, Naval Air Warfare Center's Shipboard Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems
“The Cambridge Pixel software delivers considerable flexibility in the way radar information can be processed and distributed around the ship. It supports the Type 26 Combat System architecture, reduces cost compared to legacy designs and, when integrated with the Combat System allows situational awareness to be presented to the command team where and when it is needed.” - Steve Carter, Combat System Equipment Programme Delivery Director, BAE Systems
“The Cambridge Pixel solution enabled a smooth and rapid integration to the existing analogue-technology, Kelvin Hughes Radar system. The Cambridge Pixel solution provides the radar video overlays and tracks plotted on the above water tactical displays giving the vital situational awareness needed to support a minehunting mission.” - Simon Thomas, Head of Engineering, MCM, Thales UK