GEM2MISB Converts XML-to-KLV, Expands Utility of Video Taken with Off-the-shelf Cameras

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FORT COLLINS, CO--Video taken with lightweight action cameras such as GoPro, Android tablets or smart phones can now be converted to a format that is viewable in ESRI ArcGIS for Desktop.

In collaboration with PAR Government Systems Corporation, Red Hen Systems, LLC has developed an innovative integration that marries technologies from Red Hen Systems, PAR Government and ESRI. The GEM2MISB tool leverages the add-in for ArcGIS Full Motion Video to convert video format from Red Hen System's Geospatially Encoded Media (GEM) to MISB-compliant KLV, the data encoding and streaming standard adopted by the DoD Motion Imagery Standards Board (MISB).

The GEM2MISB software solution has broad application.  Red Hen Systems' GeoVideo customers can now convert Red Hen GEM videos for viewing on ArcGIS for Desktop. "We wanted to continue to give our customers the capability to view GEM collected with Red Hen Systems equipment on ESRI ArcGIS for Desktop on 10.x versions," said CEO Neil Havermale. "In the process we collaborated with PAR Government Systems to evolve a video metadata standard and convert Red Hen's XML to KLV, greatly expanding the utility of spatial media, also known as full motion video."

PAR Government customers are now able to collect video with smart phones or off-the-shelf video cameras and GPS devices, then use Red Hen software to geotag their videos with KLV metadata. Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community can now use videos collected with handheld devices to enhance situational awareness; and can add KLV metadata to crowd sourced video for fusion with other intelligence data to derive actionable intelligence. 

"Red Hen Systems and PAR Government Systems partnered to develop a GEM XML-to-KLV metadata conversion tool that provides the ability to inject MISB compliant metadata into video from any camera," said PAR Government Business Development Director Wes Cordova.  "This makes Red Hen System solutions compatible with a wide range of cameras and allows the collected video to be played on ESRI's ArcGIS Full Motion Video Add-in or on any other MISB compliant video player."

To download a trial of GEM2MISB please visit:  https://www.redhensystems.com/products/gem2misb 


Contact:

Ellen Skinner
Red Hen Systems, LLC
970-344-6290
Email Contact

Wes Cordova
PAR Government Systems Corporation
703-725-0023
Email Contact




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