Today’s command post, tactical operations center, or emergency operations center leverages a myriad of sensor types from a multitude of manufacturers. While these sensors provide high value imagery and deliver enhanced situational awareness, interoperability becomes a big issue. Each manufacturer enforces their own data standards, transports, and communication exfil paths. This often results in multiple consoles or viewer applications for consuming data from the wide array of deployed sensors. The impact of this “black box” approach creates a disjointed operational view which ultimately has a negative impact on situational awareness.
InterFuse Agent is an easy to use, simple to manage, Microsoft Windows-based fusion engine for disparate surveillance sensor systems. The product assures fused and interoperable output for both static imagery and geospatial mapping and consumption of imagery from deployed assets. Output may be viewed in any standards-based dashboard system, common operational picturue, and/or geospatial information system (GIS). Converted imagery can also be tagged and stored in an archive store for retrieval at a later date.
- Consumes inbound imagery from any number of sensor types that normalize to files on local or network attached storage.
- Consumes inbound imagery from POP3 sources for use with sensors that use email protocols for their exfil.
- Converts non-standard imagery to JPG.
- Posts converted imagery to file server, web server, and/or FTP server structures for easy serving of Common Operational Picture systems.
- Business logic to support archiving of all imagery to archive stores.
- Sensor mappings that store image, but also georeference monitored and normalized sensors.
- Creates KML output that is updated every 5 seconds for use with GIS systems.
- Pokes EXIF data into headers of archived images for easy enterprise search.
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