Radar is increasingly being used within the security sector to augment traditional CCTV and infra-red camera installations for monitoring of high-value assets and critical infrastructure. Cambridge Pixel's established radar tracking and display technology is already being used by a number of radar manufacturers serving the security markets.

Cambridge Pixel's field-proven SPx software components are ideal for building sensor-based surveillance solutions. Modules are available for radar and camera interfacing, processing and display, which can then be built into a complete security application. Additionally, solutions can be provided as ready-to-run applications or as framework applications, supplied with source code for extension, localisation and long-term support.

Cambridge Pixel's radar tracking solutions are deployed worldwide at sites such as airports, international borders, dams, tunnels and other high-value or critical locations. These installations are providing automatic detection and tracking of potential threats, ranging from a RHIB or jetski, to a person on foot, to a small drone in the air.

SPx software interfaces to many industry-standard radar, video and related sensors and provides a comprehensive range of processing and display capabilities. SPx provides many of the functional capabilities required from a modern security solution, from acquisition of data as signals or network streams, to processing, classification and fusion, on to display widgets.

For customers who don't have the time or resources to develop a complete security application Cambridge Pixel can offer different levels of custom development, from framework applications (extended examples) up to complete, bespoke applications. Alternatively, the VSD, Video Security Display, application is available, providing many of the key requirements of a modern security application in a ready-to-run windows executable.

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