Major international companies and organizations, Systems Integrators and Original Equipment Manufacturers use Luciad to rapidly develop geospatial situational awareness applications for mission- -critical operations.
Luciad’s real-time situational awareness geospatial software components are known for their flexibility, high performance and accuracy. They play an invaluable role in safety, aviation, military and transport industries.
Luciad’s software components are designed for the creation of applications that tackle a range of tasks, from top-level strategy to tactical detail; from planning, to operations debriefing, from projections to evaluation. By connecting directly to the data sources, Luciad’s software not only analyzes and visualizes what is happening now, but also helps predict what will happen next – allowing users to act quickly and safely.
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Dedicated Systems Australia | Realtime & Embedded Computing
Founded in 2003, Dedicated Systems Australia Pty Ltd is a privately owned Australian Company focussing on Real-Time and Embedded Computing Products.
We sell and support specialist COTS (commercial off the shelf) software and hardware to the Defence, Communications and Industrial markets in Australia & New Zealand. Our products help customers to reduce their time to market / deployment and to reduce risk in design and life time management. Our supply partners are all leaders in their chosen fields. We enjoy their full back-up in supporting our customers.
Our software products include VxWorks, Linux and Workbench from Windriver, GNATPro from AdaCore and DDS from RTI.
Our main hardware products include 12R1, 12R2 rugged chassis and ATRs from Elma, EuropacPro chassis from Schroff, CP6002 and CP305 CPCI Boards from Kontron, ComEth Ethernet switches from Interface Concept and MIL-STD1553 and ARINC429 interfaces from Ballard.