11.01.2007 08:30 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Harris adds command and control options for Centrio multiviewer

Harris has expanded its Centrio broadcast multiviewer to provide military and government users with additional options for use in command and control, communication, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions.

For mission-critical applications, the Centrio multiviewer's on-screen control and built-in rules designer allow users to view more information and respond to the system more quickly and effectively. The rules designer can be set up to recognize military-based language or other criteria, and then send alerts through a variety of means. Video analysts can, for example, program the Centrio multiviewer to alert them when motion is detected in a critical video event, then enlarge that image and send out alarms on the multiviewer as well as into a computer network.

For more information, visit: www.harris.com.



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