Video management building blocks, including analog and digital video switches, a video gateway that minimizes system latency for multi-sensor I/O applications, and other distribution solutions that reduce redundant equipment and operator overhead.
SWaP-C, rugged, re-clocked and non-blocking, 8-way 3G-SDI Video Switch
SWaP-optimized analog video switch that any of the 12 analog video inputs can be routed to any of the 12 outputs
Minimizing Glass-to-Glass Latency and Enhancing Situational Awareness White Paper
The key to increasing situational awareness for today's ground combat vehicles is in designing a video management system that reduces latency from end to end.
Modern technology enables surveillance capabilities that enhance mission success.
But this technology takes up space and adds weight in a space-constrained environment.
Adding weight and electronics affects fuel and power.
To counter this you can leave equipment behind or reduce your mission range/duration. This is not ideal, alternatively, you can SWaP optimize your electronic systems.
In addition, upgrading legacy systems often results in integration difficulties and cumbersome wiring.
How can you equip your platform with the latest video technology without affecting mission success?
Simplify with flexible, interoperable video management building blocks:
- RVG-FC1 Video Format Converter
- RVG-SD1 Digital Video Switch
- RVG-SA1 Analog Video Switch
Video management systems (VMS)
A VMS need to be:
- SWaP optimized
The Curtiss-Wright flexible, interoperable video management suite reduces SWaP and system complexity.
So you can carry more, fly longer and go further.