AP Labs Unveils Streaming Video Server for Training, Simulation

11/10/2003 - AP Labs Inc. announced the availability of a new streaming video archive/replay system for use in military training and simulation applications.

AP Labs’ Digital Video Archive-Replay System (DVARS) utilizes standard commercial-off-the-shelf and cost-competitive PC-based server technology to store and replay high resolution digital video acquired by the AP Labs Digital Video System (DVS). The digital video streams can be RGB workstation video (up to 1600x1280) and/or NTSC/PAL. Audio is also optionally captured and replayed by the system. The system is flexible and scaleable – from as few as two streams up to many hundreds of streams can be simultaneously stored and replayed. The system can act as a stand-alone server or can be controlled from a customer-supplied system (such as a mission brief/debrief system). A companion software product – the Digital Video Player – enables standard networked PCs to replay one to four streams of video and audio simultaneously, maintaining time synchronization between streams.

“In many military training applications today there are large amounts of digital video and audio - from one or more training devices such as flight simulators, weapons system and C4ISR operator training systems.

That valuable data must be stored and made available for after action review” says Steve Gills, AP Labs Business Manager for Digital Video and Real-Time Systems. “The AP Labs DVARS provides a cost-effective platform for the efficient storage and replay of that real-time data”.

AP Labs has over 15 years experience as a real-time systems integrator and rugged systems manufacturer, with a track record of supplying leading-edge system to the defense and aerospace market. For additional information, please contact: Justine Johnson, Marketing Communications, AP Labs, 16868 Via Del Campo Court, San Diego, CA 92127. Tel: 858-674-2850 x105, Fax: 858-674-2869, Email: justine@aplabs.com

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