Visualization Collaboration Technology for the Department of Defense

Visualize Intelligence and Collaborate Securely

Teams in every branch of the US Armed Forces trust Haivision systems to support their 24/7, mission-critical operations. Our video wall solutions have been deployed throughout the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Special Operations, and Joint Command Operations around the globe. With a Haivision system, your team can share all critical information sources through a single interface, creating a real-time common operating picture for command. Teams can leverage the system to visualize intelligence, monitor events, and communicate securely across multiple security domains.

Haivision designs and delivers custom visualization systems, including video walls, processors, video wall software, and more. Your system can be installed and fully integrated at your location by our expert team. If you are deploying your system downrange, we can provide training and certification programs that prepare your team to install and support our technology in the field. We also offer a variety of contract options to support your procurement needs.

Field Operations Center

Use Cases

Field Operations

Throughout COICs (Combat Operations Information Centers) and JOCs (Joint Operations Command), Haivision solutions provide a full view of field operations through the lens of dynamic visualization systems to effectively plan, monitor, and guide the execution of orders in the field.

Military Command Center

Use Cases

Command Centers

Haivision video processors and displays are used in War Rooms, Briefing Rooms, and Training Centers throughout military bases. These systems allow command to easily outline critical objectives, brief and debrief operators, and present ongoing reviews of operations and base activity.

Security Operations Center

Use Cases

Security Operations

BDOCs (Base Defense Operations Center) use Haivision systems to monitor on-base security operations. With a suite of tools readily available, security teams can monitor and resolve security threats as they arise.

Crisis Action

Use Cases

Emergency Action

CATs (Crisis Action Team) are activated during significant emergency events. Haivision visualization systems help operators coordinate valuable resources during a crisis by providing actionable intel for decision-makers and responders.

Units in the field need a reliable and centralized intelligence platform to operate effectively and report to command. TOCs (Tactical Operations Center), FOBs (Forward Operating Base), and Safe Houses are consistently on the move and rely on Haivision’s Stryke video processor and mobile video wall systems to quickly setup dynamic visualization solutions for collaborative work and communication.

Benefits of Our Custom Solution

  • Increase situational awareness
  • Display content from virtually any device or source
  • Share entire video walls with other command centers in real-time
  • Designed for 24/7/365 use
  • Equipment engineered for mission-critical environments
  • Redundant power supplies for displays and select processors
  • Work with an easy-to-use, intuitive interface
  • Command 360 can be accessed with any PC or touchscreen enabled web browser
  • No advanced technical knowledge or programming experience needed
  • Leverage secure optical switches, one-way fiber-optic video inputs, isolated processors and more
  • Architecture fully isolates audio and video from NIPR, SIPR, and TS domains
  • Secure visualization and conferencing in multi-domain environments
  • Create a shared operating dashboard in seconds
  • Operators can switch between pre-configured wall layouts and configurations in seconds
  • Drag and drop content and data with a desktop or touchscreen device
  • 24/7/365 phone support and priority on-site support
  • Access to latest features and updates as they release
  • Full support through product life cycle

Never one size fits all

Tailored to your needs

At Haivision, we don’t sell one-size-fits-all solutions. We carefully evaluate each customer’s activities, environment, and mission objectives to develop a solution tailored to their exact needs. Below are some of the many areas we assess when developing systems for military and federal operations centers.

Display Considerations

  • On-base or downrange locations
  • Ambient light in the environment
  • Spatial constraints of the environment
  • Mounting preferences

Processor Considerations

  • Variety of devices that will be used as content sources
  • Amount of content sources that will be displayed concurrently
  • Number of video walls to be supported

Software Considerations

  • Number of operators who will be using the system at once
  • Desire for automated content rotation

Other Considerations

  • Preference to integrate audio, video conferencing, and other additional systems
  • Desire to integrate existing environmental systems
  • Need to support secure multi-domain collaboration

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