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What does RADPRO stand for?

RADPRO stands for Radar Processing

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The sophisticated SPx Simulator software builds on Cambridge Pixel's established SPx radar processing library to provide a flexible tool for system developers allowing multi-radar simulations or scenarios to be constructed including terrain effects, primary radar targets, secondary targets (AIS, IFF, ADS-B) and navigation data.
Indra's system makes use of Digital Terrestrial Television signals as the non-cooperative sources of illumination in the environment and its latest advanced inverse synthetic aperture radar processing capacity, outcoming in the use of the target's movement to obtain its radar image.
Its parallel processing capabilities open up a whole new range of applications including video surveillance, radar processing, target acquisition and synthetic vision.
He focuses on the math tools necessary for understanding and employing signal processing techniques--more generally, the problems of extracting information from limited data obtained by some form of remote sensing, like acoustic or radar processing, satellite imaging, or medical tomographic scanning.
Altera s in-booth demonstrations include: 1) Cyclone IV FPGA Rear-view Camera System: A low-cost, single FPGA intelligent rear-view camera system that integrates fisheye correction and high-definition (HD) video analytics 2) Radar/Camera Sensor Fusion System: Industry-first FPGA-based radar/camera sensor fusion system, combining 77-GHz radar processing with 720p30 image processing pipeline in a single low-cost Cyclone IV FPGA.
Altera's in-booth demonstrations include: * Cyclone IV FPGA Rear-view Camera System: A low-cost, single FPGA intelligent rear-view camera system that integrates fisheye correction and high-definition (HD) video analytics * Radar/Camera Sensor Fusion System: Industry-first FPGA-based radar/camera sensor fusion system, combining 77-GHz radar processing with 720p30 image processing pipeline in a single low-cost Cyclone IV FPGA.