Visit our booth #1950 to see how our award-winning exploitation solutions, D-VEX and MissionMonitor deliver significant productivity and intelligence benefits to ISR operations.
Broadcast Asia 2016
Visit our booth #5C2-01 and see how our transport stream ad and program insertion solutions deliver superior scalability and cost savings to your broadcast environment. Mediaware - bringing you the best in MPEG processing solutions.
TV looks better with Mediaware
Mediaware’s compressed MPEG broadcast software solutions provide a balance of performance and scalability, addressing the complex challenges of digital playout for cable, satellite, terrestrial and IP broadcasters.
Maximise your local advertising revenues
InStream is a high quality, proven ad insertion and program splicing system delivering seamless, frame accurate insertion and splicing of MPEG-2, AVC/H.264 and HEVC/H.265 video.
MPEG broadcast delay
InStream Delay leverages General Dynamics Mediaware's world class expertise in compressed MPEG video processing to deliver highly accurate, multiple time zone transport stream delay for broadcasters.
Maximise ad revenue, minimize expense
Our InStream family of IP-based broadcast solutions process and prepare content entirely within the compressed MPEG domain, streamlining regional playout workflows and significantly reducing costs.
D-VEX is advanced motion imagery exploitation software for georeferenced video sourced from airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) platforms. It streamlines the identification and delivery of actionable intelligence to key decision makers.
Diagnose ISR video
General Dynamics Mediaware’s MissionMonitor motion imagery viewer includes advanced MPEG and KLV metadata diagnostic tools which allow operators to determine STANAG 4609/NGA MISP compliance and to troubleshoot video and metadata issues in their systems.
Superior situational awareness
MissionMonitor is designed for the playback and analysis of georeferenced intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) motion imagery. It allows observers to monitor live operations, providing up-to-the minute awareness of fast-changing events.