Video Management and Incident Response
The power to securely capture and manage essential video data
- Increase safety for both passengers and driver/operators with real-time and forensic access to video
- Provide real-time tracking information and insight into the movement of a municipality’s mass transit assets and can alert police or first responders to potential problems before they occur
- Ensure comprehensive forensic evidence support for solving criminal investigations or in defense of civil lawsuits
Specific to video collection, storage, and access, SYNEXXUS brings to the commercial market its extensive military expertise in designing and integrating Video Management / Incident Response Systems that integrate a wide range of video formats and equipment and related sub-systems. During the past decade, SYNEXXUS pioneered combat proven real-time analog video conversion into digital formats for secure transmission of integrated video streams to support Video Management and Incident Response for military and commercial customers across numerous platforms, such as: Aerial Drone video downlinked to military vehicles; military grade infrared, thermal, multi-spectral and high resolution daylight cameras; very low-latency tolerant video for remote weapons; vehicle and networked convoy situational awareness cameras; and Pan Tilt Zoom (PTZ) and fixed security cameras at power sub-stations and power transformer sites. SYNEXXUS is a U.S.-owned and operated, vertically integrated electronics engineering company that designs and manufactures all hardware and software components necessary to integrate video streams. This includes all components supporting video capture, encoding/decoding, transcoding, networking, and displaying video in Graphical User Interfaces (GUI) or uploaded for use on networked web pages. SYNEXXUS has the expertise to efficiently access, collect, retrieve and review multiple different video sources (at the API and data format level) with capacity to add more if needed. Our system architecture approach can accommodate disparate systems – such as legacy analog systems with new digital equipment – with cyber-secure firmware and software, and integrate these systems with incident response software.