Richard Cooke: Exelis, MotionDSP Integrate Data Tech Tools to Help Users Organize Data

GeocodingExelis and MotionDSP have integrated their respective data and image management products in an effort to help users access video feeds from a satellite or an airborne platform.

The unified offering combines Exelis’ Jagwire web-based technology for managing geospatial information and MotionDSP’s Ikena software for processing images in real time, Exelis said Tuesday.

Richard Cooke, Exelis vice president of geospatial intelligence solutions, said the product integration is meant to help military users organize emergency, border security and battlefield data.

Exelis has updated the Jagwire platform to include data search and discovery features and to support a variety of data formats and sensors.

The Jagwire-Ikena offering is on display at the GEOINT Symposium Monday through Thursday in Tampa, Fla.

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