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   General Dynamics Mediaware: Enhancing Video Intelligence for 
   Airborne Surveillance Operators

Langkawi International Maritime & Aerospace Exhibition

Tuesday 17th March - Thursday 19th March, 2015

Mahsuri International Exhibition Centre

Booth #B560



To arrange a demonstration or media interview please contact:

Caroline Williams
Marketing Manager

+61 403 922 679


You are invited to see a demonstration of the latest D-VEX software at LIMA 2015.

At the LIMA'15, General Dynamics Mediaware is featuring its award winning video analysis, management and distribution software. We will be offering hands-on demonstrations highlighting how our powerful analysis tools combined with fast video searching and retrieval significantly reduce the time and effort required for processing airborne surveillance video.

Our plug-and-play D-VEX systems provide operators with cost-effective life-cycle management from capture and first phase processing through to longer-term archive, dissemination and analysis. The streamlined video management and archiving capabilities enables airborne surveillance platform operators to migrate from bulky DVD-based data storage systems to tiered online storage solutions making data instantly searchable and accessible.

In the U.S. market, D-VEX is known as TAC-MAAS, a key product in the General Dynamics Mission Systems’
portfolio of ISR exploitation solutions.

D-VEX and TAC-MAAS systems have been deployed worldwide, and are used by the Victoria Police, Australian Defence Force (ADF) with the
Shadow 200 unmanned aerial systems,  by the U.S. special forces and by forces in South America and Malaysia. 

The U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) use TAC-MAAS systems to provide forward-deployed teams the ability to more effectively process and exploit FMV from manned and unmanned ISR platforms.

Visit our website for more information on D-VEX and TAC-MAAS.

Click here to request a D-VEX demonstration at LIMA.

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