South Korea just got an upgrade from Cambridge Pixel. The company has stated that they are going to be supplying the Hanwha Thales Corporation with their top of the line radar trackers. This is great news for the HTC, but North Korea sure did get the wrong end of the stick didn’t they?
CAMBRIDGE PIXEL TO ADD RADAR TRACKERS TO AIR FORCE
Cambridge Pixel is going to be producing their radar display systems and their tracking displays to the Republic of Korea Air Force aircraft’s. The HTC selected them because they knew that they were the perfect company to do what they wanted. They stated that they wanted a company that would not break their bank and offer a lot of flexibility. Also, given that Cambridge Pixel is an award winning developer, they knew only the best radar trackers would be implemented in their system.
CAMBRIDGE PIXEL RADAR FEATURES
The company mentions how the technology that they gave the HTC will provide automatic tracking from the primary radar sensor. They mention how the tracker will process the intended target via a polar format radar video. This will then allow the users in the aircraft to see any positional and motion updates. Basically, they state that their technology will provide track fusion and an elite tracking radar system.
NORTH KOREA GET’S THE SHORT END OF THE STICK
This is great for HTC, Cambridge Pixel, and South Korea. However, how about a little up north in North Korea? The air force up there certainly did not get the same upgrade in their aircraft’s system. This is nothing new for North Korean people, however, given that South Korea is more wealthy and advanced than them. It probably would have been difficult for North Korea to settle a deal with Cambridge Pixel. However, that does not mean that this probably irritates them to see South Korea get more advanced.