Wednesday, June 10, 2009

TITAN in 2012 Olympics

Your organization is a national police force providing security and surveillance for UK railways, and is tasked to provide a transportation security monitoring system for the Olympics in 2012.

You must collaborate and share both real-time and static data with a dozen other police forces. You'll need to provide the means for data discovery and visualization into a variety of client applications. Your solution must allow for simultaneous monitoring of hundreds of CCTV feeds that regularly update in a 3D environment. Situational awareness is crucial, 24/7.

What do you do?

You implement a solution based on ERDAS TITAN and ERDAS APOLLO.

British Transport Police Implementing ERDAS TITAN 2009 to Share Data

Looking towards the 2012 Olympic Games in London, the British Transport Police (BTP) will build a transportation security monitoring system. To do so BTP is implementing ERDAS APOLLO 2009 to manage large volumes of geospatial data and ERDAS TITAN 2009 to quickly share and visualize dynamic data.

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