BAE Unveils Geospatial Image Manipulation Tool; Dan London Comments

Bae-systems-logo_ExecutiveBiz1BAE Systems has developed an online-based image viewing and manipulation system that is designed to help intelligence analysts use geospatial data.

The GXP WebView Pixel Server is an HTML 5 application and is built to convert images into a standard information stream that is visible on an Internet browser, BAE said Tuesday.

Dan London, vice president of sales, marketing and customer support for geospatial exploitation products at BAE, said GXP WebView is built to help users integrate image capability into situational awareness tools and intelligence reports.

The server program is part of the company’s GXP Xplorer product line and is meant to be used without assistance from geospatial imagery experts, according to the company.

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