Harris Adds Advanced Video Features to its FAME Platform
Harris Corp. has announced new capabilities that integrate with its commercial Full-Motion Video Asset Management Engine (FAME). The additional features are designed to help manage the massive quantity of video and other data that military and government agencies receive every day and improve access to higher-resolution full-motion video, motion imagery, and visual imagery.
FAME is a collaborative platform that provides video, audio, and metadata coding, video analytics, and archive capabilities within unified digital-asset management.
Among the new features is the Harris Media Collaborator, which provides both traditional broadcast and military customers with advanced telestration and tracking capability, as well as access to additional information-bearing graphics in the motion-imagery process.
In addition, Harris has integrated a Flash reporting tool into the FAME architecture, automating the fusion of video, rich graphics, and metadata into a Flash video for dissemination to end users.
And a new geospatial-enabled multiviewer will work with the FAME platform, enabling military command centers to link content with geospatial data to make it more useful and contextual, as well as view multiple displays of inputs in a common viewing environment.