Cubic Buys Image Processing Tech Maker MotionDSP; Mike Twyman Comments

Mike Twyman

Cubic (NYSE: CUB) has acquired Burlingame, California-based software company MotionDSP in a move to add image processing technology offerings to the San Diego-based contractor’s mission solutions business.

MotionDSP offers technology designed to help customers process videos for public safety, government and security applications, Cubic said Thursday.

Mike Twyman, president of Cubic Mission Solutions, said the company aims to expand CMS operations in public safety and adjacent markets through the acquisition.

MotionDSP has provided software processing products to customers in the military, law enforcement, oil and gas, forestry, inspection services, energy and transportation sectors.

The vendor’s image processing products are designed to support desktop and cloud deployments as well as apply detection, tracking and geospatial processing tools.

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