Examining DvTel's 3D HD Technology

Author: John Honovich, Published on Oct 11, 2010

In October 2010, DvTel announced an upcoming technology that provides 3D HD analysis as a module for the DvTel VMS.

DvTel's 3D approach differs from traditional 3D use in video surveillance. The most common historical use has been to build immersive 'fly through' maps that allow monitoring large areas (see examples from Boeing VSOC, L3 Praetorian VideoFlashlight and Feeling Software's Omnipresence). This software takes CAD drawings and aerial photography to create a 'life-like' 3D view of the area monitored. Cameras are then virtually embedded into the 3D view enhancing situational awareness over large areas (think cities, airports, military bases, etc.).

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