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Multi-language software unveiled

Published By United Press International
CAMBRIDGE, England, Feb. 18 (UPI) -- New software for sensor and control systems by Britain's Blighter Surveillance Systems is available in multiple languages, including Arabic and Korean.

Blighter Surveillance Systems, in an announcement at the International Defense Exhibition and Conference in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, said its BlighterView includes new modular architecture for enhanced integration into command and control systems ESRI GS mapping capabilities and third-party sensor support.

"This feature rich, multi-language version of our BlighterView software will provide the additional capabilities we need to support large scale deployment of radars, cameras, thermal imagers and other sensor systems into global defense and security applications, such as border and perimeter security and infrastructure protection," said Mark Radford, chief executive officer of Blighter Surveillance Systems.

"Several customers, including a South Korean integrator, approached us about providing local language support so we developed the capability to customize the BlighterView application to use local language and terms that are familiar to systems operators. This is a key development given our particular focus on Middle Eastern and North African markets."

BlighterView's control panel is key to the system. It provides access to advanced ground surveillance settings for a system integrator to design the Blighter ground radar into their own system using a software development kit. BlighterView can also be purchased as a stand-alone Microsoft Windows application.
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