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24 May 2012 Convergence in full motion video processing, exploitation, and dissemination and activity based intelligence
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Over the last decade, intelligence capabilities within the Department of Defense/Intelligence Community (DoD/IC) have evolved from ad hoc, single source, just-in-time, analog processing; to multi source, digitally integrated, real-time analytics; to multi-INT, predictive Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination (PED). Full Motion Video (FMV) technology and motion imagery tradecraft advancements have greatly contributed to Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities during this timeframe. Imagery analysts have exploited events, missions and high value targets, generating and disseminating critical intelligence reports within seconds of occurrence across operationally significant PED cells. Now, we go beyond FMV, enabling All-Source Analysts to effectively deliver ISR information in a multi-INT sensor rich environment. In this paper, we explore the operational benefits and technical challenges of an Activity Based Intelligence (ABI) approach to FMV PED. Existing and emerging ABI features within FMV PED frameworks are discussed, to include refined motion imagery tools, additional intelligence sources, activity relevant content management techniques and automated analytics.
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Marja Phipps and Gina Lewis "Convergence in full motion video processing, exploitation, and dissemination and activity based intelligence", Proc. SPIE 8386, Full Motion Video (FMV) Workflows and Technologies for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) and Situational Awareness, 838604 (24 May 2012);

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