Sophisticated multimedia server
Power your media enterprise with Catalina server-side software
Collect, index, filter, and edit mission-critical information
Manage multiple data sources
Handle dozens of simultaneous feeds and operations
Customize with specialized features and plug-in architecture
Get technical specs and licensable features.
• 3D Scene Reconstruction
• Extensible, Plug-in Architecture
• Media Catalog
• Metadata Filtering & Editing
• MISB-Compliant Formats & Standards
• Optical Character Reader/Manipulation
• Reticle™ Georegistration
• Still Image and Video Mosaicking
• Visual Enhancements
Working With Catalina
Catalina is built with C++ and delivered through cross-platform libraries for Linux or Windows.
Disseminate your data as files or streams, or access them directly through our SOAP or Rest APIs using your own systems and software.
Secure and Standards-Compliant
Catalina provides secure access to capabilities and data using TLS, SSL, and certificate-based security protocols and methods.
The core Catalina software provides basic input and output of received video streams, and provides access to the Catalina SOAP API.
License specialized features to access expanded capabilities, including video and metadata transcoding, geospatial data export, on-screen metadata management, annotation, and still image and video mosaicking.
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