Multi-Source Imagery and Geopositional Exploitation (MSIGE)
Under SBIR Topic N101-100 (Multi-Source Imagery and Geopositional Exploitation [MSIGE]), three Phase I performers developed capability concepts to address different aspects of the MSIGE problem set. In Phase 2, we propose to develop a prototype DCGS-N capability for Multi-INT ISR and Targeting Services (MITS) by developing three subsystems and integrating them under separate Phase II contracts. This approach will increase value to the DCGS-N PoR by providing a low-risk, rapidly transitionable, end-to-end capability. Three proposed subsystems: - STRIKE LINE (Ticom Geomatics) -- Sensor Cueing, Data Publish and Subscribe, Wide Area Network (WAN) Distributor -- MITS System Engineering and Integration Lead - VISION (KAB Labs) -- Presentation Layer, Local Area Network (LAN) Distributor, Video Processing Framework, Video/Multi-INT Indexing/Search - AFOS (Mosaic ATM) -- Geolocalization, FMV Metadata Decoder, Metadata Accuracy Enhancement, Feature Projection into Full Motion Video (FMV) MITS will provide the following high level capabilities for DCGS-N: - Cue imagery sensors with geopositional data to collect FMV on targets of interest - Combine FMV with other target data, provide an integrated display - Improve geopositional accuracy of objects in analyst-selected FMV - Index video repositories for rapid searching, near real-time, and post mission analysis - Distribute enhanced multi-INT data products
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