Harris Corp., an international communications and information technology firm, says the latest version of its commercial “Full-Motion Video Asset Management Engine” (FAME) that enables analysts to more quickly search and analyze metadata is now available.
The release of the FAME 3.1 solution expands upon previous versions by adding greatly enhanced enterprise-level services, which allow tools to be utilized concurrently across hundreds of systems, Harris says in a written statement.
New tools included in the latest version are virtualization, a video exploitation processor and a geospatially-enabled multiviewer. The FAME 3.1 architecture greatly speeds an organization’s ability to process metadata by allowing any personal computer in a system to act as a browser-based client that relies on a FAME server for the processing power, says Harris, which is based in Melbourne, Fla.
“The browser-based client speeds processes and allows users anywhere in the world, even over impaired networks, to take advantage of its services,” said Brian Cabeceiras, Harris’ vice president of emerging businesses. “The FAME 3.1 solution processes and federates data about full-motion video in real time, making it available to war fighters, analysts and decision makers in the format they need and turning information into a benefit to the intelligence community as a whole,” he said.