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Enhanced Throughput for Sunhillo Radar Data Processing Products

Sunhillo's SureLine software utilizes improved multithreading to provide performance improvements for the company's radar processing hardware By Mike Ball / 01 Jul 2024
Enhanced Throughput for Sunhillo Radar Data Processing Products
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Sunhillo has confirmed that it has made improvements to SureLine, the software suite powering the company’s radar data processing products.

The improvements have resulted in significantly enhanced throughput for these products, which are used by air traffic control and UTM (unmanned traffic management) systems to track and and monitor UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles).

For the Brigantine Surveillance Gateway Processor (SGP), this has resulted in a tenfold increase in throughput when converting between radar formats. The latest generation of the RICI, Longport and Ventnor systems have been improved with almost triple the throughput of the previous generation for straight LAN to LAN distribution, and with over six times the throughput with conversion. These improvements will give Sunhillo the option to introduce additional features that would previously not have been possible.

The enhancements that make the increase in throughput possible center around better use of multi-threading, and were introduced in SureLine 8.10. These performance improvements follow on from other recent significant additions to SureLine, such as the ASTERIX Data Modifier and ASTERIX Validator.

The latest throughput figures are available on the SureLine page of Sunhillo’s website. Users with a unit under warranty, or an active maintenance contract, can access the latest version of SureLine by downloading it from the Sunhillo support portal and updating the unit. Users without a warranty or maintenance contract, and wishing to take advantage of the update, should contact [email protected] for assistance in putting their units under a maintenance contract.

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