RealityVision selected for US Navy pilot programme
Reality Mobile has announced that it has been awarded a subcontract with Oceus Networks to potentially provide enterprise-class real-time mobile video collaboration solutions to the US Navy. Under the contract, Reality Mobile will supply its RealityVision as part of a pilot for a new Navy portable maritime Command and Control (C2) system.
The contract is part of a pilot programme being conducted with the Kearsarge Expeditionary Strike Group to provide high capacity secure wireless broadband for real time access to intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) data for intra-ship communications over the horizon, and inter-ship communications via commercial hand-held devices. RealityVision will be an integrated part of the Xiphos tactical cellular solution for the pilot programme.
RealityVision allows for the sharing of live video, mission critical data and GPS tracking through commercially available hardware, smart phones, tablets, PCs, cameras, and virtually any system, including cellular, tactical, Wi-Fi and satellite networks, currently being used for mobile communication, anywhere in the world. Any critical information seen in the field or on a PC screen - including UAV or drone feeds in a TOC or NOC - can be shared instantly and securely with everyone who needs to see it.
RealityVision's enterprise-grade mobile technology allows for real-time video and visual data collaboration, enabling situational awareness, user context, and real-time operational decision-making for government and enterprise users. The system was designed from the ground up to support the enterprise, leveraging a highly flexible architecture, modular components and open standards to meet the rapidly evolving requirements of enterprise and government customers.
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