Disaster Reconnaissance

Video on Map

TASE Imaging Systems have over 500,000 operational hours and are a leading source of real-time intelligence to the warfighter and first responders. Our systems provide operators and state workers with critical information about the conditions before and after a disaster. 

The TASE400 BLK II system utilizes High-Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC). H.265 has a significantly higher compression ratio, which preserves more of the original image than H.264 and can save around 50% of the bit rate. Our imagery utilizes less storage and is delivered to decision makers faster, a vital benefit in disaster reconnaissance missions.  


Geo-Stamp allows the operator to designate areas of interest by simply pressing a key or touching the screen. The incident is tagged on a map, a still image is taken and the location is logged in a separate incident folder. This feature is invaluable when a still-image of an object/feature is needed for later reference, which is key in disaster reconnaissance missions. The captured still-image can be overlaid on Google Earth.

Real Time Image Mosaic

The increased information provided by mosaicing displayed in real-time on the gimbal interface provides a real advantage to the payload operator, showing path history and a wider situational awareness FOV when zooming in on an object.

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