L-3 Unmanned Systems debuts VideoScout Insyte 5.0 video processing and exploitation software
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md., 14 April 2015. L-3 Unmanned Systems is releasing its next-generation Insyte 5.0 video processing and exploitation software for use in all VideoScout intelligence exploitation systems.
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md., 14 April 2015.L-3 Unmanned Systems is releasing its next-generation Insyte 5.0 video processing and exploitation software for use in all VideoScout intelligence exploitation systems.
Version 5.0 includes such enhancements as support for an unlimited number of video streams, multiple concurrent recording capabilities, and a database-driven library with tagging, geolocation, and metadata location searching. The software also features a redesigned communications interface. Insyte 5.0 is designed to support front-end tactical collection and integrate with enterprise systems.
“Insyte software has a reputation in our customer community as having a very user-friendly video exploitation interface,” says J.R. Gear, vice president of strategic development at L-3 Unmanned Systems. “With the new 5.0 version, we have retained its easy-to-use interface while increasing collection and real-time viewing capability. This advancement will increase the performance of our VideoScout products, both for land and sea operations, and support the continuous demand for comprehensive decision-level intelligence.”
Insyte 5.0 will provide simultaneous mapping functions, including mapping multiple videos at once (via Google Earth or FalconView). It will also provide unlimited video streaming, allowing operators to monitor multiple streams simultaneously for real-time mission operational viewing and perimeter surveillance.
Based in Ashburn, Va., L-3 Unmanned Systems, a division within L-3’s Precision Engagement & Training sector, designs, develops, and manufactures specialized unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), C4ISR collection and dissemination systems, and ruggedized command and control systems for the Department of Defense.
Headquartered in New York City, L-3 employs approximately 45,000 people worldwide and is a prime contractor in aerospace systems and national security solutions, as well as a provider of communication and electronic systems and products used on military and commercial platforms.