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Kinesix Continues East Asia Momentum


HOUSTON - Kinesix Software, a producer of graphical-user-interfaces for command-and-control applications, has sold several licenses for its KX EDGE software product to the China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation, the main contractor for the Chinese space program.

Kinesix closed the sale through its partners at Beijing’s Shengzuo Software Technology, Inc. The two companies expect China Aerospace Science & Industry Corporation to use KX EDGE at its Second Academy organization, which integrates Chinese research and development with state expertise in electronics, mechanics, acoustics and optics. The Second Academy, which was founded in 1957, has developed everything from flight vehicles and medical instruments to pharmaceutical machinery and radio-broadcast equipment.

With KX EDGE, the Second Academy will be able to create customized command-and-control graphics for complex data streams – the kind of data that would be too difficult to visualize using standard graphics software (e.g., propulsion, telemetry and thermodynamics). Moreover, KX EDGE will allow the Second Academy to display data using customized meters, charts and maps. This means the organization will be able to share graphics in real time across hundreds of synchronized workstations.

“Second Academy will utilize our products to monitor huge volumes of data across large networks using sophisticated graphics,” said Russ Jamerson, CEO of Kinesix Software. “What’s more, it will be able to do so without having to develop and maintain complex home-grown software.”

The sale continues Kinesix’s business momentum in China, where the company already boasts several deployments. These include Beijing’s new Metro Line 5 subway system, the Hong Kong Subway System, the Hong Kong East Rail System and a deployment with the China Power Investment Corporation.

The deal also bolsters Kinesix’s long list of aerospace customers, including NASA, the Canadian Space Agency, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Russian Mission Control, and numerous international aerospace companies.


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