Transform imagery into actionable intelligence
TacitView delivers FMV media manipulation and management tools
Construct interpretable metadata-rich media
Maximize productivity and enable next-gen motion imagery experience
Meet your mission needs with specialized features
Get technical specs and licensable features.
• Dehazing/Contrast Enhancement
• Multi-INT, Geospatial Visualization
• On-Screen Measurement Tools
• Report Generation/Product Creation
• Reticle™ Georegistration Integration
• Super Resolution/Image Sharpening
Working With TacitView
TacitView functions as a stand-alone application, integrates with our Catalina media server, and connects with other third-party software systems.
View video streams, files, and still images and generate clips or secondary imagery products. Export while preserving or removing metadata as needed. Enable discovery, subscription, and publication of media.
TacitView processing tools enable enhancement and stabilization, while the viewer and interface can be used to tag live or post-mission imagery.
Easy Product Delivery
With full support for standards-based file and metadata formats, TacitView makes it simple to publish and distribute completed products to the appropriate decision-makers.
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Get the most from your motion imagery with our complete Media Management Suite.
TacitView works with every Insitu system.
Common Ground Control Station (CGCS)
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