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Cambridge Pixel to supply radar modules in Danish Air Force project

Cambridge Pixel to supply radar modules in Danish Air Force project

Sensor processing developer Cambridge Pixel has been selected to supply radar modules to DSE Airport Solutions as part of an air traffic management project for the Royal Danish Air Force.

Under the contract, Cambridge Pixel will supply its HPx-200 PCI based primary radar acquisition cards. The solution will be deployed at three Danish military airports to provide an integrated air traffic management solution for radar control and flight plan management.

"Our ability to provide just the modules required by DSE for radar acquisition, compression and distribution – rather than a complete radar display solution – is not something that many suppliers offer and is one of the reasons why we were successful," said Cambridge Pixel's md David Johnson. "The modular approach that we offer is made possible by the investment we have made in our SPx software and this means that the customer is always firmly in control."

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