VDS VIDEO
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

For Safety and Mission Advantages 30 Март 2015, 12:51
Saab VDS is a distributed digital video system for civil and military
applications. All parts of the system are designed with high resolution, high
image quality and minimal delay in mind. The system consists of transmitters
and receivers, built into Battle Management System Equipment (BMSE) such
as rugged camera housings and displays. The minimal delay (1-2 ms) enables
civil and military platforms to be equipped with video driver aid with high
resolution performance. BMSE such as cameras can easily be built-in civil and
military platforms to support 360° view coverage.
Saab is able to meet specific customer needs for highly specialized products
and services in a number of technical areas. Our rugged vehicle computer- and
video- systems are designed to provide high levels of performance and
reliability in the toughest environments. Whether your need is minimum
space or maximum capability, we can provide a system to meet your specific
application.

FEATURES

Saab’s Video Distribution System is a distributed digital video system for civil and military applications. All parts of the system are designed with high-resolution, high image quality and minimal delay in mind.
The system consists of transmitters and receivers, built into Battle Management System Equipment (BMSE) such as rugged camera housings and displays.
The digitally distributed Gigabit Ethernet infrastructure makes the Video Distribution System scalable with customised sensors, such as driver's cameras, infrared cameras, amplification cameras, sight cameras etc.

IN USE

The Saab Video Distribution System is a great application to provide superiority in information and situational awareness for safety and mission advantages, simply integrated in civil and military platforms.
A scalable and adaptable system for best customer configuration.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

The Video Distribution System is designed with minimal delay (1-2 ms), enabling civil and military platforms to be equipped with video driver aids with high-resolution performance. Battle Management System Equipment, such as cameras, can be easily built-in civil and military platforms to support 360° view coverage.
The Video Distribution System is operated by built-in technology without any need of support by CPU power. Computers and other equipment can be interconnected with the Video Distribution System for extended purposes however, such as video/image recording, Battle Management System and Health Usage Monitoring System presentation.
The Video Distribution System is compatible with any Gigabit Ethernet infrastructure, thus the Video Distribution System may either interconnect with existing or future network based equipment, or be safely (virtually) separated on the same network.
Use of legacy analogue equipment is interconnected with Video Distribution System adapters, converting analogue signals to network data traffic. Video Distribution System receivers, such as Saab Battle Management System Equipment displays, support multiple video-streams simultaneously. The Graphic User Interface supports fast access to different video operational modes, such as reconnaissance, surveillance, driving reverse, remote weapon station etc.