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WHAT:  General Dynamics Mediaware will join the Australian Department of Defence at the 2013 International Maritime Defense Exhibition & Conference (IMDEX) to demonstrate its deployed end-to-end video exploitation system featuring real-time and forensic analysis of raw data to provide actionable intelligence and enhance situational awareness.

WHEN:  May 14-16, 2013

WHERE:  Australian Department of Defence, Team Australia Showcase, Stand S11 – R11
Changi Exhibition Center, 9 Aviation Park Road, Singapore, 498760

General Dynamics Mediaware’s exhibit will feature a demonstration highlighting the capabilities of D-VEX, the Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination (PED) system, plus the newly released Sentient Kestrel automatic target detection plug-in.

A member of General Dynamics’ family of exploitation solutions, D-VEX is the next generation tactical video exploitation system for end-to-end, real-time analysis of full motion video from fixed and airborne surveillance platforms. Enabling operators to export all recorded metadata to enterprise full motion video systems, D-VEX also allows for detailed forensic analysis due to its comprehensive search and mark-up capabilities. Specifically designed for operations where ease-of-use and low system overhead are vital, D-VEX is currently deployed in Afghanistan by the Australian Defence Force.

D-VEX provides operators with intuitive tools for enhancing, streamlining and analysing live and recorded video with linked map displays to provide instant situational awareness. Additionally, with the D-VEX solution, the video archive is easily searchable, enabling analysts to identify, tag and analyze critical events in real-time for consistent, reliable and standards-compliant results.