Curtiss-Wright's Video Management System (VMS) offers complete surveillance solutions for rotary and fixed wing aircraft.
- Format conversion
- Storage and playback
- Manned and unmanned vehicles
- Ground vehicle and airborne platforms
- Aerospace and defense video systems
Video Management Systems (VMS)
A growing challenge for system integrators is getting the most effective use out of the proliferating number of deployed cameras and displays without adding weight and taking up space, in an already constrained environment. Device interoperability, harsh environmental conditions, and rigorous qualification testing add to this challenge. While the obstacles can be daunting, choosing the right video management solution can reduce risk, time to market, and program cost.
Displays with ever increasing inputs, digital and analog switching, and recording equipment that can handle all of today’s image formats are absolutely necessary components of a modern Video Management System (VMS). High quality format conversion that offers an image in the correct format required by a system, with minimal impact on the image quality, is also essential. In addition, high definition video recording is important for training, debrief or evidential purposes.
With a portfolio of building blocks that leverage decades of experience in rugged video system design and development, Curtiss-Wright’s video management products help you carry more, go further, and stay in the mission longer while reducing integration headaches between legacy and new video equipment. The use of off-the-shelf systems that have been pre-qualified to military standards of ruggedization, as well as working with a proven, trusted leader that can provide the necessary expertise to ensure system interoperability, significantly reduces time to market, risk, and program cost.
Designed for users of modern, multi-sensor systems typically used on an airborne or ground surveillance platform, a Curtiss-Wright VMS reduces cabling, redundant equipment, and operator overhead.