SOFTWARE-DEFINED RADIOLACATION SYSTEM

SOFTWARE-DEFINED RADIOLACATION SYSTEM
Technology description
Innovation consist in creation of software - hardware radar complexes, where the main parameters are not determined by the hardware, but the software, which is achieved by using of specific signals and its processing systems.

Novelty
There is the same product on the market, but the technology has higher quality basic specifications
The proposed technology cheaper, easier, smaller and more convenient in usage
There is an opportunity for practical implementation
Implementation of technology is economically reasonable
Innovation allows significantly reduce quantity of hardware and radio equipment, simplify maintenance and qualitatively increase performance.

Solved problems
The development of electronics and robotics, as well as growing human desires to study and control environment require special tools/means that allow to get information about it, especially in cases where optical devices or human vision does not allow to achieve this. Modern radar expensive and difficult in operation, which prevents their wide distribution, inhibit the development and availability of intelligent robotic systems.

Stage of Development
Laboratory tested
Prototype with favorable lab results and available for demonstration

Markets
The local market is absent. Presented by Russian, European companies and companies in Japan, China and the USA. The current market is focused on the needs of military, science, geology, geodesy, remote radio surveillance/sensing at sea and in the air. The total world market exceeds 1 billion. $. Market represented by small- and medium batch production. Innovation allows to create new products for land, air, maritime transport and consumer products, opening new global markets not less than 100 million. $.

Competitors, substitute goods, entry barriers
Potential competitors:
Russia - "Radar MMS"; USA - Garmin, Lowrance, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon;
Japan - Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Toshiba; China - NRIET; Sweden - Ericsson;
Kingdom - BAE Systems.
Potential competitors producing substitute with worse performance.
Without direct knowledge of technology, the product can not be copied.
Entry barriers vary from medium to low, depending on the application.

Risks of the project and anti-risk activities
Risks:
- Technological (the need for high-tech components that are not produced locally);
- Immaturity / absence of market.
Anti-risks measures:
- The acquisition of high-tech components with the reserve, transfer of the main production facilities in areas of direct production of high-tech components;
- Carrying out of PR companies for explanation of the benefits of products using.

SOFTWARE-DEFINED RADIOLACATION SYSTEM