The Drug Enforcement Company (DEA) is searching for augmented actuality (AR) expertise to surveil the U.S.-Mexico border. The company’s aviation division, together with different Justice Division elements, is searching for a reputation model Shotover Methods Augmented Actuality Mapping Methods (ARS) for government-owned and operated plane.
In line with a solicitation, the acquired system will must be put in and built-in with airborne imaging programs in DEA-owned plane to assist DEA missions.
“The Shotover Methods ARS are presently being utilized along with DEA airborne imaging programs for statement and surveillance to assist ground-based enforcement personnel with recorded video proof. The Shotover Methods ARS is a sophisticated mapping system that provides a superior situational consciousness,” the solicitation says. “The ARS shows mission-critical info similar to avenue names, addresses, parcel knowledge, enterprise names and landmarks straight over stay video.”
Amongst different options, DEA stated it could just like the ARS to have a number of USB ports for transferring imager video to detachable USB media; contact display functionality; gigabit ethernet; Wi-Fi connectivity; and a number of high-definition video inputs and outputs.
The utmost worth for the contract is but to be decided and the assured minimal for the contract is $25,000 for the bottom 12 months solely. Responses are due Aug. 25.