High Performance Maps in Mission Critical Applications
Carmenta Engine enables software developers to easily and quickly create dynamic map and sensor data displays. It has been designed to meet the demanding requirements of mission critical applications, with the ultimate goal of delivering superior situational awareness.
Carmenta Engine offers excellent hardware-accelerated 2D and 3D map performance and has a proven record of round-the-clock reliability, after more than 20 years of continuous service in defence, security and public safety.
It runs on Windows, Linux and Android™, and the SDK supports the use of popular development platforms like .NET, Java and C++.
Real-time geospatial analysis functionalities, such as line-of-sight and terrain calculations, ensure you get the most out of your geospatial data sources, and millions of radar plots, live video streams and other application data can be easily overlaid onto the maps.
Examples of where Carmenta Engine is used:
Aeronautical Mission Support
Few systems have as high demands on their geospatial data as those designed for aeronautical mission planning and support. To successfully plan a mission, not only must the user be able to access high volumes of real-time data, but they must also be able to use a variety of maps in different formats.
UAV Ground Control Stations
Situational awareness is essential for ground control station operators. With Carmenta Engine, you can easily create a real-time terrain warning display and overlay a live video stream from the UAV onto the map. Restricted airspace and other aeronautical information can simply be added to the map directly from its source format.
Battle Management Systems
With efficient, hardware-accelerated map rendering, tactical symbology (compatible with both MIL-STD-2525 and NATO App-6) and exceptional support for military geographical data formats, Carmenta Engine is the ideal solution for boosting the map presentation in vehicle mounted computers.
Command and Control
Carmenta Engine is ideal for creating a common operational picture for C2 operators. Combine data from Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) compliant map servers with local geospatial data in almost any format. Overlay dynamic information from radars, video streams and other sensors to create a rapid, interactive map.