WITH STATE-OF-THE-ART AUGMENTED REALITY OVERLAYS, ONEVIEW NOT
ONLY HELPS YOU BETTER UNDERSTAND WHERE YOU’RE LOOKING --
BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY, WHAT YOU’RE SEEING.
ARES Security’s award-winning CommandBridge platform is designed to help regional decision makers understand complex environments. A large part of this understanding is derived from the cameras used to monitor your areas of interest. Typically these cameras don’t identify the actual items within their field of view. Instead, they rely on a human operator to identify each target, which leaves potential for misidentification. This requires extra time, and can quickly result in miscommunication if the target is identified incorrectly.
In other words, these cameras lack the context required for an operator to quickly understand what they’re seeing.
By ingesting multiple sensors and correlating this data with a camera’s video feed, OneView allows you to easily identify the assets within view--in turn providing greater context to your surrounding area. Now a target within the camera’s field of view can be labelled in the actual video feed, instead of simply displaying tracks on a map. Known as augmented reality, this is just one example of how ASC’s technology leverages existing sensors to increase your overall awareness.
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OneView is much more than just a specialty camera
CONTEXT FOR CAMERAS
You know your camera’s field of view (FOV), and you know which landmarks and assets are within that FOV--so why not merge them into a single information source for greater awareness?
Coupled with OneView technology and augmented reality overlays, CommandBridge allows you to correlate OneView targets with radar tracks, AIS information, and more. You can even hover over targets displayed in the video stream and OneView will point to the track’s location on the map.
OneView makes it easier than ever to monitor a wide area. When you need to take a closer look, simply designate the area of interest and OneView will launch a second window with a zoomed-in view.