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NAViSEER Controller and SEER3D Visualization
NAViSEER Controller is an operator interface for configuration of NAViSEER devices and uses a DIS (Distributed Interactive Simulation) based protocol for broadcasting NAViSEER position data over the local network. NAViSEER Controller allows the operator to configure both immediate use parameters and startup defaults stored in the NAViSEER's internal memory.

  • Manually update remote NAViSEER units with Latitude, Longitude and Altitude coordinates

  • Configure volatile parameters in each remote NAViSEER unit

  • Apply settings to all remote units or only one unit

  • Configure non-volatile parameters for each unit, e.g. broadcast mode, step detection, user stride length, GPS ON/OFF, etc.

  • Ability to update firmware in the field

  • Broadcast NAViSEER position data to any SEER3D programs operating on the same network

The NAViSEER tracking system includes the SEER3D™ visualization software bundle. SEER3D™ allows rapid geo-referencing and 3D wireframe extrusion of any building visible via a Google Earth™ browser, digital blueprints, fireplans, aerial or reconnaissance photos, or a scanned hand drawing of a building. The user simply clicks on the building's perimeter, enters the number of floors, and a 3D wireframe building representation is created. As team personnel enter the actual building their location is represented by avatars and their position is dynamically displayed inside the virtual 3D building. This allows precision command and control operations to be conducted and controlled in real-time.

  • Very quickly create 3D wireframe visualizations of buildings of any size and shape accurate to the number of floors and quickly add more buildings to reflect a changing tactical situation

  • Operator can quickly change building size, rotation, position, floor height, number of floors as more intelligence becomes available without having to rebuild the 3D model

  • Quickly initialize first response team members arriving at the site and/or manually insert assets already onsite into the visualization

  • Clearly recognize the specific floor where deployed assets are located

  • Clearly view body heading

  • Label each avatar by name, call sign or other moniker

  • Manually position virtual vehicles around the scene for a better tactical view of the deployment scenario

  • In addition to real-time viewing, all tracked paths are stored in data logger for training, after-action reviews and debriefing.

  • Clearly differentiate groups of participants with different colored avatars - e.g., blue for police, black for SWAT, white for firefighters, etc.

  • Automatically designate building faces with letter identifications - A, B, C, D

  • User selectable visual themes, language and units of measure