SkyRadar offers development services for algorithms and software development around radars and their analytic backbone, building on its yearlong experience and inhouse expertise.
Radar algorithms have become the eyes of many applications. Air Traffic Control and Surveillance, Defense and Maritime Surveillance, Perimeter Surveillance, Autonomous Driving and the Internet of Things make use of this powerful of sensing concept.
We act in times when radar technology embraces many core and adjacent fields, including electronics, pattern analytics and threat assessment, artificial intelligence, big data, middleware, connectivity, crypto-security or internet integration. Their seamless interplay creates the playing field for successful applications.
SkyRadar has been actively developing and deploying algorithms and radar software for years.
The team blends radar expertise with software engineering. It is able to support companies and organizations worldwide, following strict development procedures with clear communication and agile development processes.
Air Traffic Control
SkyRadar is known for its expertise in ATC. The company provides algorithms and surveillance concepts which blend into modern day requirements.
Subject matter expertise goes hand in hand with an understanding of safety and security concepts as well as the need for compliance with local regulations and international standards as those by ICAO.
The protection of civilians it the utmost goal of a government and its defense as well as homeland security organizations. SkyRadar supports with intelligent algorithms for life protection, such as threat assessment, high range resolution, frequency and time assessment, passive radars and many more.
Drones have evolved into a particular threat to civil aviation, privacy but also homeland security. Their agility, velocity, payload and small size as well as radar-unfriendly materials and shapes turn them into a real challenge for radar developers. SkyRadar helps with suitable algorithms like RAID assessment, to analyze over distances and empower personnel to act early enough to protect privacy and save lives.
Internet of Things
The IoT emerges into most areas of modern life. Objects like robots, autonomous vehicles, e-health devices or movement sensors rely on quantitative data on position, radar cross section and movement to be able to draw important conclusions. The data relies on algorithms, APIs, package size, gateways, encryption, and more, to be able to make applications suitable for demanding applications in compliance with laws and regulations.
Radars work day and night, independent of the weather. They cannot be fooled. They provide quantitative data on targets, their size, movements, and dynamic patterns, which provide valuable input and data for subsequent intelligent analytics. With its team of radar experts and software engineers, and a particular experience in the integration of secured cloud platforms, SkyRadar is the suitable development partner.
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The author, Ulrich Scholten is cofounder of SkyRadar. He has been working on internet platforms since the early 2000s. Ulrich holds a PhD in information technology and owns several patents on cloud-based sensors. His research is regularly published in highly rated journals and conference papers. Dr. Scholten publishes on cloud computing, (radar-based) sensing and the IoT. From 2008 - 2014, he was associated research scientist at the Karlsruhe Service Research Institute (KSRI), a partnership by KIT and IBM, where he researched network effects around web-platforms together with SAP Research.