San Diego-based Cubic Corp. announced the acquisition of MotionDSP, a provider of advanced image processing software for public safety, security and government applications. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, MotionDSP further enhances Cubic Mission Solutions’ capabilities in real-time video processing, Cubic said.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
According to Cubic, which splits its business between defense contracting and equipment for public transit systems, MotionDSP enhances the quality of real-time videos, while servicing a wide variety of industries including military, law enforcement, oil and gas, forestry, inspection services, energy and transportation. MotionDSP’s solutions include a full suite of software processing capabilities for video and redaction, supporting both desktop and cloud deployments.
“MotionDSP will be a synergistic addition to our CMS business as we continue to build on our strategy through business acquisitions for maximum growth and return to our shareholders,” said Bradley H. Feldmann, chief executive officer of Cubic, who was recently elected chairman of the board.
MotionDSP’s software leverages advanced detection, tracking and geospatial processing capabilities to help users better understand their videos. MotionDSP solutions improve visual fidelity and automation of tasks with computer vision algorithms, Cubic said.