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High Definition Video Management System for Airborne Applications

September 25, 2017 | BY: Paul Garnett

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A growing challenge for system integrators is how to get the most effective use out of the proliferating number of cameras and displays being deployed without adding more space and weight. This is complicated by the widespread introduction of high definition (HD) sources into video systems. HD displays provide operators with more detailed and higher resolution images - however, once flying, direct and indirect light can make the displayed image difficult to see.

This white paper will discuss how Video Management Solutions (VMS) and purpose built displays can help manage and visualize HD video.

Figure 1: Basic Video Management System using a Video Distribution Unit at the heart

Download this High Definition Video Management System for Airborne Applications White Paper to learn more about:

  • Video Management Systems
  • VMS benefits
  • Quality video recording
  • Reduction in cabling weight and cost

Author’s Biography

Paul Garnett

Systems Architect

Paul Garnett is the System Architect in the UK Systems Engineering team at Curtiss-Wright. His 30 year career in electronics has encompassed design and architecture of SBCs, fault-tolerant computers, rugged embedded systems for MIL/Aero, high speed data acquisition and FPGA signal processing. Paul is a graduate of Imperial College, London with a Master's degree in Computer Science. He holds 73 US patents.

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