AeroBrigham , announces cloud-based ATAK integration


Texas-based AeroBrigham¬†announced plans to install and support a new generation of compact, encrypted video streaming equipment from aircraft. The company said it would provide¬†integration, distribution and support for Serastar Technologies’ Surveillance, Target Acquisition, Recon System (Stars) that streams video in a compact ISR video transmission and recording platform using simultaneous Wi-Fi, 3G/4G, Manet Radio and Harris tactical transceivers and therefore is not dependent on line-of-sight access. Via a secure back-end server (Internet), the signal can then be distributed to authorized and authenticated users around the globe. The system can record up to six hours of video and integrates with Android Tactical Assault Kit (Atak) and has remote playback and recording with VLC, QuickTime or other compatible player mediums.

AERONET is also mentioned, but it does not appear to be related to the Air Force Program.

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