Ondulus Radar gives organizations the ability to add high-fidelity, high-performance radar sensors into wide variety of simulation applications.
Ondulus Radar is a general simulation framework allowing users to model and develop their own simulated radar solutions, performance settings, and behaviors associated to common types of manufactured radar. This nonspecific tool is typically used for training and research purposes by public and private corporations, government entities, and universities.
Ondulus Radar offers the following modes:
This Mode is an additional functionnality which is part of the RBGM Mode. You can now inject weather patterns in your radar simulaiton to increase its overall realism. Pre defined Storm Fronts and Weather cells come by default with this new functionnality.
New set of effects have been added to the SAR Modes to increase the realism of the radar simulation when it comes time to simulate the reflection of sharp corners and display the posiition of reflection shadows casted by Trees.
Three new jamming modes have been included with the standard offering. Spot, Barrage and Swept are now available to enrich training simulation scenarios based on measures and counter-measures engagements.
The migration from a 32 Bit to a 64 Bit architecture allows for an increase in size and in resolution of databases used by Ondulus Radar.
Developed in Canada, Ondulus Radar is a product that can be integrated in any solution, allowing it to be deployed and supported almost anywhere in the world.
Ondulus Radar offers Application Programming Interface (API) control of parameters such as transmitter power, frequency and pulse width as well as control of antenna pattern and gain to best match your specific operation and performance requirements under different atmospheric and marine conditions.
Track entities and chaff definitions can be manually created or automatically imported from STAGE. Definitions support DIS entity type, radar cross section and OpenFlight 3D geometry. Ondulus Radar also offers native network interoperability with most simulation engines on the market allowing easy integration into larger federated systems.