BAE Systems delivers new imagery solution for analysts

BAE Systems delivers new imagery solution for analysts

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US: BAE Systems has announced GXP WebView, a new lightweight, universal Web-based Electronic Light Table (ELT) that allows users to find and exploit mission-critical geospatial data using only a Web browser.

Developed using HTML 5, this component of GXP Xplorer empowers all-source analysts to view, annotate, and publish products on their own, without the need for assistance from a geospatial imagery specialist. The innovative GXP WebView Pixel Server quickly turns any image, regardless of format or location, into a standards-based data stream viewable in a Web browser.

“GXP WebView delivers on a long-standing requirement for the intelligence community to rapidly add imagery into intelligence reporting and situational awareness products,” said Dan London, vice president of sales, marketing, and customer support for Geospatial eXploitation Products at BAE Systems. “This allows us to provide a low-cost geospatial imagery option to our user base and the all-source community.”

GXP WebView leverages 25-plus years of experience in software development and support of commercial and national imagery formats to deliver the same geolocational accuracy that users have come to expect from more robust commercial software products like BAE Systems’ SOCET GXP.

Source: BAE Systems