Kongsberg Geospatial TerraLens Technology enables Next Generation Surface Search Radar Displays

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October 25, 2022

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Ottawa, CA: Kongsberg Geospatial, a geospatial software technology company, announced today that their TerraLens geospatial software development kit (SDK), was selected by Ultra to provide the geospatial display and rendering engine for the next generation of US Navy Surface Search Radars.


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Kongsberg Geospatial, SFL Scientific Introduce AI-Driven Technology to Identify and Display Chemical Threats Using Drones

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June 13, 2022

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Ottawa, CA: Kongsberg Geospatial and SFL Scientific, a Boston-based data science consulting company announced that they will be demonstrating an Artificial Intelligence-driven system to allow autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicles equipped with sensors to detect and recognize a range of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive threats (CBRNE) from the air.


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Canadian Technology Companies Create Holographic Sonar Display for Hunting Submarines

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June 13, 2022

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Ottawa, CA: Kongsberg Geospatial announced today that it has partnered with Avalon Holographics to develop a revolutionary holographic sonar display for submarine warfare, in a project funded by the Canadian Department of National Defense IDEaS (Innovation for Defence Excellence and Security) program.


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Kongsberg Geospatial Announces Release of TerraLens 9.3 Geospatial SDK

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June 13, 2022

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Ottawa, CA: Kongsberg Geospatial announced today the general release of TerraLens 9.3, the latest version of their real-time, high performance, software development toolkit for geospatial visualization.


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Canadian Coast Guard Conducts BVLOS Trials of UAS in Oklahoma with Martin UAV and Kongsberg Geospatial

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June 13, 2022

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Ottawa, CA: The Canadian Coast Guard was in Oklahoma recently, albeit virtually. Kongsberg Geospatial announced today they successfully conducted Phase 1 trials of the Martin UAV V-BAT on behalf of the Canadian Coast Guard at a UAS test facility operated by the Chocktaw Indian Nation of Oklahoma, in rural southeastern Oklahoma.


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