Reality Mobile recently announced it has been awarded a subcontract with Oceus Networks to provide real-time mobile video collaboration solutions to the U.S. Navy. The agreement stipulates that the Navy will use RealityVision for a new portable maritime Command and Control (C2) system.
RealityVision works with virtually any wireless network – including cellular, tactical wireless and satellite systems. With support for Apple (News - Alert) iOS, Android, Windows Mobile, Windows and Blackberry operating systems, RealityVision can support many of the mobile devices already in use. The solution turns equipment like smartphones, laptops, digital cameras and sensors into a powerful video communications and collaboration network.
"This is all about enabling the warfighter in remote locations to see the same images that are being seen at central command," David Kramer, President and CEO of Reality Mobile, said in a statement. "Given the increasing importance of mission-critical real-time video, automated situational awareness and video command and control at the tactical and mobile edge, RealityVision is quickly becoming an important tool for first responders, and those serving or supporting operations on the battlefield."
Reality Mobile has also announced the availability of RealityVision 3.2. The product delivers game-changing capabilities to Android (News - Alert) and iOS users, by allowing them to share video feeds they are watching or transmitting with other authorized users, along with associated mapping information and other contextual data. With the new release, a RealityVision user viewing a video stream (including RealityVision screencasts) is shareable with other mobile users and viewed in real-time.
The user sharing the feed can designate the starting point for any shared video and, if the stream contains location information or text tags, recipients will be able to view that information as well. The technology also allows the user to view a live stream from a remote source without the remote user needing to take any action.
Edited by Braden Becker