Cambridge Pixel declared that it has entered into a technology transfer agreement with a Korean defence company ‘Samsung Thales Corporation (STC)’, through which it will deliver its radar processing and display technology.
STC’s engineers in Gumi-City, South Korea sought after a partner who would offer affordable as well as flexible radar processing and display solution to support the development of STC’s proprietary advanced technology solutions for conducting naval programs in Korea.
Under this new agreement, Cambridge Pixel will deliver technology transfer and training and core technology products, through which STC can develop, customize and handle its own radar solutions. In addition to acquiring training and support to authorize localization of the solution, STC will receive Cambridge Pixel’s SPx product family products such as network video distribution, radar scan converter, and radar video simulator.
Head of the Naval/System R&D Centre at Samsung Thales, Mr. Yong OoK Lee stated that although STC has a long-term history in developing radar solutions for its naval customers, it anticipates striking collaboration with new well-established partners on new programmes. Through the partnerships, STC will be presented with economic and versatile solution in addition to receiving expertise, support and training to achieve better naval combat management system.
Cambridge Pixel MD, David Johnson commented that this partnership will help advance export business and the company is happy to deliver its radar processing technology to Samsung Thales in Korea.
Cambridge Pixel’s SPx line of software libraries and applications will supply versatile, convenient software products for target tracking, radar visualization, radar video distribution, and plot extraction. It supports naval, vessel traffic, air traffic control, security and airborne radar applications.