Remote GeoSystems releases geoDVR for aerial inspection, law enforcement, mapping
Wednesday July 2, 2014 0 comments
FORT COLLINS -- Remote GeoSystems, Inc. announced the official release of the geoDVR™ (Geospatial Digital Video Recorder), a simple "plug & play" DVR for recording up to four channels of geo-referenced full-motion video (gFMV™) in aerial and mobile mapping environments.
Most video cameras and gyro-stabilized gimbal systems can be connected to the geoDVR in minutes to start recording professional high-resolution geo-referenced video, audio and points of interest.
By recording GPS metadata synced with video, the geoDVR offers powerful post-mission mapping and interactive analysis capabilities for utility & pipeline inspections, law enforcement/SAR and mobile mapping projects, the company said.
The geoDVR is a complete system with mapping software, giving subject matter experts the ability to easily review and exploit the where, when and what contained within the geospatial video.
Videos, photos, points of interest/waypoints and audio notes collected with the geoDVR are compatible with the Remote GeoSystems LineVision™ suite of GIS & mapping software.
The company said LineVision allows for simple desktop playback, analysis and project packaging utilizing Google Earth, Esri ArcGIS, PLS-CADD, Bing/Open Street Maps and other third-party GIS solutions.
Remote GeoSystems said the geoDVR ships preconfigured and is ready to use as a stand-alone geo-referencing DVR. Users may also access an intuitive administrative dashboard to adjust and save custom configurations and to leverage the geoDVR's unique Single Monitor/Multi-channel Live Video Streaming capabilities.