Video Processing & Distribution
low-latency, low-cost video processing and streaming solutions
General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada is a leader in video processing and distribution solutions. Our solutions offer high performance and immersive video systems and capabilities to provide vehicle crew members with unparalleled situational awareness.
We have developed field-programmable gate array (FPGA), low-latency, low-cost video processing and streaming solutions suitable for high definition video distribution.
Why choose our Video Processing and Distribution Solutions?
- They are comprehensive and flexible. Our solutions offer highly configurable video routing; high quality video format conversion with automatic input video format detection and resolution handling; multi-view video outputs, like PIP or quad view; video manipulation (digital zoom, window re-sizing, window re-positioning, video blending); easily-customizable graphical overlay for all video outputs; encoding and decoding of video streams and streaming of compressed audio over Ethernet; and dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processing for user-based applications.
- They offer more capability. Unlike many others, our products have the capacity to support multiple full HD video inputs and outputs.
- They are user friendly. They offer a familiar feeling interface, allowing users to come up to speed quickly.
Video Router and Image Processor (VRIP)
The Video Router and Image Processor (VRIP) unit provides low- latency, low-cost video routing and processing and streaming capabilities suitable for the most demanding in-vehicle high definition video distribution applications such as Situational Awareness Systems.
The VRIP unit is an open standard 3U VPX chassis containing a GDMS-C VP1-1 Video Processor, a Graphics Processing Module, and power supply.
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