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Category Archives: Military – Government
VidOvation Awarded GSA Schedule 70 General Purpose Commercial Information Technology Equipment, Software, and Services
VidOvation was awarded GSA Schedule GS-35F-066DA under Schedule 70 for General Purpose Commercial Information Technology Equipment, Software, and Services. VidOvation has worked with many City, State and United States Government agencies implementing HD, Real-time, No-latency video systems over Fiber Optics, Wireless, and IP. We know government projects must be done on a strict budget. Government agencies and military branches such as the USMC, AF, NAVY, NSA, DOD and Pentagon must utilize highly-secure video technology.
Local, State and Federal
- Monitor Remote Locations
- Provide Perimeter Security
- Efficient Dispatch of Emergency Equipment
- Traffic Flow and Plate Recognition
- Special Builds / Etc.
Military & Special Agency:
- Military Command and Control
- Flight and Combat Simulation
- Drone Video Distribution
- Secure Ad-Hoc Base Video Networks
- Special Builds / Etc.
VidOvation is a Small Business, Woman Owned Enterprise services the needs of Military, DOD and Government Agencies around the globe. Please click below for our GSA Schedule, Cage Code and DUNS number.
IPTV Downloads for Your Industry – Government & Military – Business & Enterprise – Entertainment & Hospitality – Education – Healthcare
Download presentations on VidOvation TV systems that deliver a flexible and scalable IPTV solution for your industry. The example market segments below are Business & Enterprise, Entertainment & Hospitality, Healthcare, and Government & Military. The VidOvation TV platform can be fully customized to meet your exact needs while minimizing your CAPEX/OPEX expenditures while maximizing your ROI.
IPTV Presentations for Download
- VidOvation TV Business and Enterprise IPTV Television System
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Speaking at Full Motion Video Symposium on “Wireless Video over 60GHZ Microwave and Wireless Video over Cellular Networks”
Jim Jachetta, President & CEO of VidOvation, will be speaking at the Full Motion Video Symposium on “Wireless Video over 60GHZ Microwave and Wireless Video over Cellular Networks”. Please join us in San Diego.
Holiday Inn on the Bay
1355 North Harbor Drive,
San Diego, CA 92101
Tel: (619) 232-3861 or (888) 465-4329
Benefits of Attending
Government and military users across the spectrum of strategic and tactical roles and missions are clamoring for more and better means to collect, analyze, exploit and share full motion video. And while the deployment of a fleet of unmanned systems has led to a significant increase in the amount of video that can be captured, the means to exploit that video for near-real time analysis and dissemination lags behind. Multiple, competing video formats, interoperability challenges with legacy ISR stovepipes, the somewhat limited capabilities of current data tagging and metadata tools, and problems associated with already-strained, bandwidth-constricted ISR networks – all these issues will need to be dealt with if FMV capabilities are to be fully realized.
This outstanding conference brings together the key players and organizations in the FMV community. They will examine the latest OSD, Service and Intelligence community ISR and FMV needs, initiatives, plans and challenges.
- How can advances in FMV technology contribute to resolving Wide Area Persistent Surveillance challenges?
- What is needed to develop an “enterprise-wide” motion imagery/FMV architecture?
- What are the latest tools and techniques for video analysis and exploitation? What next-generation tools are on the drawing board?
- What are the operational challenges and lessons learned? How will future plans, requirements and acquisitions be impacted?
- What FMV/Motion Imagery Standards are emerging?
- How does FMV impact the Big Data Challenge?
How can the security industry better enable monitoring and servicing of remote infrastructure? One tool may be wireless and mobile video, both as live transmission and as recorded archives.
Firms large and small are focusing on mobile and edge systems as the next surveillance frontier. Some are pursuing display of video on cell phones and tablets; others on development of ‘smart’ wireless cameras, including sensors or analytic. Relentless improvements in camera performance at lower cost are transforming that segment.
My colleagues and I focus on streaming video from multiple wireless sources over different radio frequencies. Advances in wireless streaming should enable further use of display and camera innovations.
What about access using public cellular networks? Today’s 3G and 4G networks reach many infrastructure sites, where wired connections may not be available. However, cellular networks do not behave anything like wired Internet connections.
Download the presentation by Jim Jachetta for the Panel Session and Q&A on the Implementation of Technology Standards at NAB Military & Government Summit. Learn how the DIRAC video compressions standard can save money transporting 3D, 3G HD-SDI and 1.5G HD-SDI over legacy video infrastructure.