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CarteNav demonstrating latest software solutions at UK conference
HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA July 12, 2016 CarteNav Solutions Inc. (http://www.cartenav.com) is enjoying a busy show at Farnborough in the UK this week.
The Halifax, Nova Scotia-based company is exhibiting in the Showcase Canada section of the Canadian Pavilion, Hall 4, at Farnborough 2016 (http://www.farnborough.com/trade), demonstrating the most recent features of its cutting-edge Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) software solutions to the defence and aerospace community, and their practical application in land, air, or maritime environments.
“We’ve had another very busy year, and I’m excited to discuss significant new features with government, industry, and military personnel throughout the show,” said Paul Evans, CarteNav’s CEO.
Over the past twelve months, CarteNav has significantly increased its tradeshow presence, and has secured new clients in the UK, Europe, Africa, and Latin America. The company now has its software deployed in over 30 countries around the world for missions as diverse as airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, maritime littoral patrol, Search and Rescue, and infrastructure inspection.
About CarteNav Solutions Inc.
CarteNav Solutions Inc. is an international leader in mission management and sensor management software solutions for the airborne, land, and maritime environments. Founded in 2002, CarteNav offers operationally proven software that dramatically improves the performance of both sensor operators and tactical decision makers. The company has established a reputation for providing sought-after and high-value software solutions that meet the needs of the most demanding missions.
The Farnborough International Airshow (FIA) prides itself on facilitating first-class business opportunities for the global aerospace industry. As one of the world’s largest exhibitions and air displays, the show features 1500 exhibitors from 39 countries and is expecting to see over 100,000 trade visitors. The event alternates with the Paris Air Show, which is held in odd numbered years. Canada’s presence at FIA includes approximately 400 Canadians representing 125 different Canadian companies.