Farnborough, UK, July 19 2010 --[ASDWire]-- Luciad, the specialist in high performance visualization for mission-critical Aviation, Defense and Security applications, is presenting its latest situational awareness solutions at the Farnborough International Airshow (UK) on July 19-25. The biennial air show is regarded as one of the world's most iconic global aviation events.
On booth # A14 in Hall 1, Luciad is presenting its new products with advanced capabilities for achieving superior situational awareness in both Civil Air Traffic Management and Military Air Command and Control.
Visitors can experience LuciadMap(tm) V10, the latest software release designed to build aeronautical information systems with superior graphical display capabilities. LuciadMap now offers high-performance out-of-the-box decoding and visualization of AIXM 5.1 and WXXM data, the new data standards jointly developed by the FAA and EUROCONTROL for achieving System Wide Information Management in the NextGen and SESAR programs. The AIXM 5.1 format provides a powerful temporality model that allows encoding of NOTAMs and other time-dependent information.
Furthermore, Luciad is introducing LuciadFusion(tm), the company's new data fusion platform for managing, fusing, and serving massive data streams from multiple sources into one combined operating picture. By delivering its capabilities seamlessly across multiple applications and client types, LuciadFusion truly represents the missing link to aeronautical information supremacy!
On display are live examples of civil and military aeronautical systems developed with Luciad software.
The Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) demonstration provides a realistic implementation of AIXM 5.1 and WXXM technology capable of dealing with volcanic ash clouds, bad weather conditions, runway surface contaminations and Special Use Airspaces (SUAs). Additionally, demonstrations of a UAV ground control planning station in an intuitive multi-touch environment, and of military mission planning operations with dual 2D and 3D visualization are showcased.
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