Delta Digital Video ruggedised encoders supporting MQ-1C Gray Eagles
Delta Digital Video is to continue delivering its ruggedised airborne video encoders to support production of avionics, datalinks and software for the General Atomics MQ-1C Gray Eagle UAS (pictured).
The Model 6800R ruggedised HD video encoder has provided full-motion video services to the US military since 2008. It encompasses payload video, audio and metadata for real-time, low-latency transmission to remote hardware or software decoders, via serial or Ethernet networks.
George Nelson, VP and general manager of Delta Digital Video, said: ‘Performance is all that matters when it comes to designing and engineering fully rugged video encoders to be deployed on UAS, manned ISR aircraft, helicopters, ground vehicles and ship platforms for Air Force, Army and Navy programmes.’
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