It may be true the reason for the existence of the military is to prepare for the worst, and until that moment, exercise and training are the most important operation and investment. Needless to say, achieving the highest level of safety over the activities of training and exercise is the KSF (Key Success Factor) to maintain the highest level of readiness. Soliton’s technology of mobile video transmitting can be used for determining danger at training and exercise field's, which is normally spread over a very big area such as a military airfield.
For example, BAT (Bird Alert Team) and FOD (Foreign Object Damage) are critical operations for flight safety, especially for trainee pilots.
Video can be streamed securely from a range of cameras either from the ground or from the air via drones, UAV or other aircraft including helicopters. It can also be used at civilian airports with a similar concept. See action of ZAO-S in Seoul International Airshows (ADEX) 2019. ZAO-S can increase the mobility and therefore efficiency of the operation's by providing a real time video report to the command post.
Remote driving vehicles - a driver or operator can be placed out of harm’s way but with the bi-directional capabilities of the Zao. Video can be streamed from the vehicle to the driver with ultra low latency in a location far away, and the driver is able to send the driving commands back to the vehicle via the serial interface of the Zao. With a latency as low as 35ms, the operator can see in almost real time when operating the vehicle ensuring a safe operating environment when deployed with other vehicles, troops or machinery.
Snipers Telescopic Sights - Another military application of video streaming includes a sniper’s telescopic sight. Video output via an HDMI port from the scope of a sniper’s gun can be live streamed from remote locations back to a command location many 100’s of kms away. A commanding officer can see what the sniper can see, and allows them to make operational decisions from a command and control room.
Receiving end - The Zao range of products can utilize AES256 encryption for the live video stream and are fully ONVIF compliant meaning it can be viewed by a variety of different Video Management Systems (VMS). An end-to-end connection can be established without the need for an insecure third-party cloud service. Soliton’s range of mobile surveillance solutions are used in a variety of live streaming scenarios from law enforcement, coast guard, military, security agencies and broadcast stations.
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Surrounded on all sides by wide expanses of ocean, Japan is a maritime nation that enjoys the benefits of the sea in the forms of maritime trade and fishing. However, these waters are also plagued by various problems, including maritime accidents, marine crime such as smuggling and illegal migration, and international disputes over the sovereignty of territorial possessions and maritime resources. Read how Zoa-S helps to protect 4 million km2 of ocean territories.
Japanese Coast Guard - Live streaming to protect and serve ocean territories