Video surveillance company gets DARPA contract

by: Matthew Potter
January 28, 2008

Category: commercial aviation, Contract Awards, DARPA, ObectVideo | RSS 2.0

ObjectVideo, a Reston, Virginia based company that specializes in video surveillance, won a $1.6 M contract from DARPA to support their aircraft-based systems development. See The Washington Business Journal, here, for more information. The contract will last three years and will provide the intelligence analyst automated tools to support their breakdown of the video collected by the systems. One of the issues that has always confronted military intelligence is that it is possible to collect large amounts of information, but analyzing and identifying the key parts of that information is difficult.

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