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MPEG-4 encoders for army reconnaissance vehicles


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Kane Computing
: 14 December, 2009  (Application Story)
Cameras installed on Belgian and Luxembourg army vehicles will transmit images encoded using MPEG-4 encoders supplied by Kane Computing
Kane Computing are pleased to announce Thales Communications Belgium has chosen Ateme VSIP MPEG-4 encoders for their data network product intended for use in the Reconnaissance Vehicles of the Belgian and Luxembourg army.

'The reliability of the ATEME encoders and their capacity to be integrated into heterogeneous system environments was essential in our choice of partner for our Vetronics range of products' explained Olivier Croix, Product Manager at Thales.

The VSIP encoder allows MPEG-4 encoding and the distribution of video streams resulting from cameras installed on the vehicle. The availability of all these video sources at anytime on the internal network of the vehicle allows the operators to protect the personal, the platform and the mission. The associated recordings give strength of proof during missions for preserving the peace. The transmission on HF low band lines allow captured images to be transmitted to other reconnaissance vehicles or to the command post.

Richard White, Managing Director of Kane Computing, the UK Distributor for Ateme said they were very pleased that these products were being used in military applications and expected to supply these products for similar applications in the UK over the coming months.



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