VITEC has launched version 8.1.1 of its Fully Integrated Tactical Internet Protocol (IP) Television System (FITIS), a rapidly-deployed, end-to-end full motion video solution. FITIS was showcased at the DSEI 2021 exhibition in London.
This latest version brings enhancements to video dissemination software for operations such as signals and Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR).
Enabling full multicast IP video at the edge, combined with KLV meta data analysis, FITIS can be deployed on any software browser using HTML5 technology.
“Our latest FITIS update adds considerable improvements and will integrate easily into any military environment, making it simpler than ever to process, archive, index, manage and disseminate tactical ISR video and metadata content,” says Mark Rushton, Business Development Director, VITEC.
“FITIS enables government and military entities to quickly process and exploit live and recorded video assets to create actionable, real-time intelligence. This in turn allows those in charge to make complex mission critical decisions in the most informed way possible.”
The FITIS software can handle unlimited users and video streams, whilst security profiles ensure only those authorised to view content can do so. The system also allows for real time logging of comments, searching, clipping and recording of video, both local and remote.
FITIS can be enabled on many platforms, from full command and control centers to in theatre operations as a ruggedized platform. The system can also support video wall, digital signage, mosaic view and screen display options, allowing it to expand depending on requirements.
Supporting up to full 4K resolution and HEVC (H.265) and AVC (H.264) codecs, the MISB and STANAG 4609 compliant software can support dissemination of video both on LAN, WAN and share files with coalition partners.