BAE Systems adds movement intelligence capabilities
BAE Systems (Booth 1951) is making it easier for analysts to track objects of interest with its new Movement Intelligence (MOVINT) capability, introduced at GEOINT 2017. As part of its Geospatial eXploitation Products (GXP) line, MOVINT easily identifies intelligence threats using motion sensors with complex multi-tracking analytics and interprets movement and activity from video, radar, and other types of motion sensors.
GXP’s tracking analytics allow analysts to eliminate manual processes and to focus instead on exploring and interpreting threat activity and networks while creating actionable intelligence reporting.
“Our MOVINT capabilities allow users to monitor multiple feeds across many regions,” said Dana Poirier, general manager of BAE Systems’ Geospatial eXploitation Products group. “Advanced MOVINT and tracking analytics enable our customers to identify critical targets, activities, and emerging situations much more quickly and effectively than previous intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance solutions.”
MOVINT capabilities deliver situational awareness, intelligence, and insight for critical activities to include border security, counterterrorism, drug interdiction, and the protection of high-value infrastructure.
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