FMV and SAR Added to ISR Solutions
CarteNav, the Canadian ISR mission software developer, has announced two new partnerships on the first day of the 2022 edition of CANSEC.
The company has integrated IMSAR LLC‘s radar capabilities into its AIMS-ISR suite, adding data from the Utah-based firm’s low-size, weight and power synthetic aperture radar pods into its command-and-control and local operating picture products. Haivision‘s media platform, meanwhile, will be implemented by CarteNav’s AIMS-C4 system, adding low-latency full-motion video to the company’s common operating picture platform.
“We believe knowledge is power, and asking, ‘What are they up to?’ is a question we help our customers answer every day,” Carl Daniels, CarteNav COO, stated on the Haivision partnership. “With Haivision’s mission-critical video streaming solutions, we are proud to bring a tested and proven foundation for video within AIMS-C4’s common operating picture to enable our customers on the ground to see the full picture to better answer that question.”
On IMSAR, he added: “CarteNav has built its reputation on embracing mission software challenges others may avoid, so I’m very pleased to announce we’re partnering with a company renowned for deeply challenging the status quo of what’s possible with radar usability, affordability, and availability. With IMSAR’s high-performance multi-mode radar systems integrated within AIMS-ISR for imaging, monitoring, and surface search alongside the equipped sensor payload, We are thrilled to offer new and existing customers a solution that is as powerful as it accessible.”