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Ondulus Radar

Ondulus Radar gives organizations the ability to add high-fidelity, high-performance radar sensors into wide variety of simulation applications.

Ondulus Radar is part of the Presagis M&S Suite, an end-to-end workflow solution that includes terrain modeling, sensor material classification, and radar simulation.

With Ondulus Radar you can simulate the behavior of any radar configuration, to better understand how mobility and speed affect your applications. Ondulus Radar can simulate ground-based radar at a given geographic location or radar on board simulated vehicles such as tanks, ships, planes, and fast jets.

Presagis M&S Suite makes it easy to mount your radar simulator on a virtual vehicle, ship, aircraft, helicopter or UAS.

When combined with VAPS XT, Ondulus Radar can easily be packaged to look like a specific piece of radar equipment in order to bring maximum realism, and provide the specific operation modes necessary for task training.

Key Features

Real Beam Ground Map (RBGM) mode, supporting the development of simulation applications such as:

  • Operations in No or Low visibility environments
  • Avoidance of navigation obstacles (e.g. Marine Radar)
  • Detection of weapons or missiles (e.g. Early Warning Detection)
  • Vehicle or infrastructure detection

Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) mode, supporting the development of simulation applications such as:

  • Identification of specific vehicles or strategic assets (e.g. building, refinery)
  • Intelligence gathering
  • Mapping

Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar (ISAR) mode, development of simulation applications such as:

  • Naval intelligence gathering
  • Identification of naval vehicles

Comprehensive Toolset

The Power of CDB

Through CDB, Ondulus Radar users develop rich ground material databases that can cover the whole earth, and offer multi-user and multi-resolution points of view to enable even the most stringent radar applications.

Unhindered Export Capabilities

Developed in Canada, Ondulus Radar is a non-ITAR product that can be integrated with any 3D rendering or image generation technology, making it is easy to deploy and support almost anywhere in the world.

Fully Configurable Radar Parameters

Ondulus Radar offers Application Programming Interface (API) control of parameters such as transmitter power, frequency and pulse width as well as control of antenna pattern and gain to best match your specific operation and performance requirements under different wind or ocean conditions.

Target Entities and Chaffs

Target entities and chaff definitions can be manually created or automatically imported from STAGE. Definitions include DIS entity type, radar cross section and OpenFlight 3D geometry. Ondulus Radar also offers native network interoperability with most Computer Generated Forces and simulation engines on the market allowing easy integration into larger federated systems.

Ondulus Radar effects include:

  • Ownship altitude and altitude effects
  • Range and atmospheric attenuation
  • Antenna beam pattern
  • Refraction and earth curvature effects
  • Radar shadowing
  • Terrain, feature and target masking
  • Far shore brightening
  • Sea state
  • Terrain, feature and targets aspect effects
  • Receiver sensitivity
  • Sidelobe effects
  • Surface material effects (reflectivity, directivity)
  • Occulting effects
  • Weather and chaff effects

Ondulus Radar parameter and signal effects include:

  • Antenna (scan rate, beam patterns, gimbal limits and turnaround)
  • Radar Resolution
  • Range Scales
  • Pulse Length Effects
  • Receiver Noise
  • Scan Conversion Effects
  • Geometric Distortion
  • Frequency Band
  • Transmitter Power
  • Sensitivity Time Control
  • Receiver Gain and AGC
  • Jamming
  • Stabilization
  • Receiver Detection
Radar Research & Development Test Bench
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Radar Research & Development Test Bench

Increasingly, corporate, governmental or educational research organizations started looking at Modeling and Simulation as a way to allow them to make better business decisions.

Challenges & Trends


A robust modeling and simulation test bench can be instrumental in helping you better define the most important design characteristics and specific requirements that will allow you to reach the desired performance before you spend any money on hardware.

Presagis modeling and simulation tools help researchers and developers understand the performance of their radar designs under various environmental conditions and allow them to better understand their needs prior to hardware design or purchase acquisitions. Simulating a radar can help save critical time and money.

The Solution


Ondulus Radar is part of an integrated and comprehensive suite of Modeling & Simulation software designed to reduce costly integration time and speed up the application development process. This includes database and 3D modeling tools, sensor material classification tools and computer generated forces.
Ondulus Radar’s superior fidelity allows you to simulate the behavior of any ground radar configuration at a given geographic location or even attach radar to simulated vehicles such as tanks, ships, planes, and fast jets to better understand how distance, mobility and speed affects your applications.

Fully Configurable Radar Parameters

Ondulus Radar offers Application Programming Interface (API) control of parameters such as transmitter power, frequency and pulse width as well as control of antenna pattern and gain to best match your specific operation and performance requirements under different wind and ocean conditions.

Target Entities and Chaffs

Target entities and chaff definitions can be manually created or automatically imported from STAGE. Definitions include DIS entity type, radar cross section and OpenFlight 3D geometry. Ondulus Radar also offers native network interoperability with most Computer Generated Forces and simulation engines on the market allowing easy integration into larger federated systems.

The Power of CDB

Through CDB, Ondulus Radar users develop rich ground material databases that can cover the whole earth, and offer multi-user and multi-resolution points of view to enable even the most stringent radar applications.

Outstanding Performance

Ondulus Radar was designed with computational performance in mind. This translates to higher-density scenes and wider field of view than most other solutions on the market.

Unhindered Export Capabilities

Developed in Canada, Ondulus Radar is a non-ITAR product that can be integrated with any 3D rendering or image generation technology, making it is easy to deploy and support almost anywhere in the world.

Take Your Radar for a Ride with FlightSIM, HeliSIM and STAGE

Presagis M&S Suite makes it easy to mount your radar simulator on a virtual vehicle, ship, aircraft, helicopter or UAS.

Integrate Your Radar as Real-life Instrumentation with VAPS XT

When combined with VAPS XT, Ondulus Radar can be packaged to look like a specific piece of radar equipment in order to bring maximum realism, and provide the specific operation modes necessary for task training.
Radar Task Training
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Radar Task Training

 Simulate Radar applications in real-world training scenarios

Challenges & Trends


Providing personnel with advanced knowledge and experience through simulation reduces real-world training time and costs, and avoids the health risks and high energy costs associated with experimenting with the strong electro-magnetic fields of live radar.

Systems and Equipment Manufacturers, Military Agencies, National Airspace Management Agencies, Air Traffic Control operators, and University research labs and classes all thrive on using simulation to speed up the development of training systems.

The Solution


Ondulus Radar offers a tightly integrated simulation environment that will contribute to helping you build first-rate radar training systems.
Ondulus Radar’s superior fidelity allows organizations to train personnel at operating radar applications in a wide variety of situations with market-leading fidelity and high performance.

You can simulate the behavior of any ground radar configuration at a given geographic location or even simulate radar on board simulated vehicles such as tanks, ships, planes, and fast jets to better understand how distance, mobility and speed affect your radar applications.

Fully Configurable Radar Parameters

Ondulus Radar offers Application Programming Interface (API) control of parameters such as transmitter power, frequency and pulse width as well as control of antenna pattern and gain to best match your specific operation and performance requirements under different wind and ocean conditions.

Target Entities and Chaffs

Target entities and chaff definitions can be manually created or automatically imported from STAGE. Definitions include DIS entity type, radar cross section and OpenFlight 3D geometry. Ondulus Radar also offers native network interoperability with most Computer Generated Forces and simulation engines on the market allowing easy integration into larger federated systems.

The Power of CDB

Through CDB, Ondulus Radar users develop rich ground material databases that can cover the whole earth, and offer multi-user and multi-resolution points of view to enable even the most stringent radar applications.

Outstanding Performance

Ondulus Radar was designed with computational performance in mind. This translates to higher-density scenes and wider field of view than most other solutions on the market.

Unhindered Export Capabilities

Developed in Canada, Ondulus Radar is a non-ITAR product that can be integrated with any 3D rendering or image generation technology, making it is easy to deploy and support almost anywhere in the world.

Take Your Radar for a Ride with FlightSIM, HeliSIM and STAGE

Presagis M&S Suite makes it easy to mount your radar simulator on a virtual vehicle, ship, aircraft, helicopter or UAS.

Integrate Your Radar as Real-life Instrumentation with VAPS XT

When combined with VAPS XT, Ondulus Radar can be packaged to look like a specific piece of radar equipment in order to bring maximum realism, and provide the specific operation modes necessary for task training.

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