ITT enhances video viewing on adLib software
ITT Corporation has released version 3.7.1 of its adLib Video and Data Management Software.
adLib has revolutionized situational awareness by enabling users to capture, manage, and disseminate full-motion video and intelligence information in near real time while optimizing system interoperability and bandwidth use.
"The release of v3.7.1 adLib improves the usability of critical full-motion video and intelligence information across the enterprise regardless of bandwidth," said Brian Raymond, chief scientist, ITT Geospatial Systems.
adLib's v3.7.1 features a new "trickplay" capability with digital video recorder-like video controls, which allows time shifting of live streams (i.e., pause, rewind, fast-forward, frame forward and backward). This enables users to go back in time and analyze recent video frames within a 10-minute buffer. Other new capabilities include the plotting of visual indicators of live assets on key visualization and exploitation tools used in theater via Cursor-on-Target messages and Keyhole Markup Language links for Google Earth. A geo-RSS subscription link is also provided as another mechanism for quickly identifying live video assets.
"ITT Geospatial Systems continues to focus on delivering standards-based solutions that enable our users to search, discover and exploit geospatial intelligence, pushing the performance envelopes of bandwidth and timeliness," said Danny Rajan, director of ITT's Geospatial Information Solutions business. "adLib and our other products, including the Enhanced Agile Access solution, are enabling our soldiers to have assured access to imagery and full-motion video information within their existing infrastructure while maintaining interoperability."
Source: ITT Corporation
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