The Stryke is a fully-ruggedized, man-portable video processor. It enables a common operating picture to be established among teams no matter the location.
Pre-loaded with the Command 360 software, users will find it extremely intuitive and easy to use. You can use the Stryke in the harshest environments. It’s designed to withstand extreme temperatures, as well as shock and vibration during transport and use. The Stryke works with any display, sets up in minutes, and is maintenance-free. It’s available stand-alone, as part of a core package, and/or with a portable, all-in-one, 3×1 LCD video wall package.
So small and lightweight you can easily carry it in a backpack, the Stryke also has very flexible power requirements.
In a critical situation, you need to set up your command & control system quickly and it must be easy to operate, as this means the difference between success and failure.
You don’t know whether your next mission will take you into an arid desert, a humid jungle, or a frozen tundra. Your equipment must perform flawlessly no matter the environment.
Ensure that the system you invest in today meets your unit’s requirements years into the future, even as personnel churns and processes evolve.
All Stryke processors come preloaded with Command 360 software.
This rugged, portable video processor is an ideal fit in SOCOM environments, with its focus on technologies that increase situational awareness at the edge, moving the hyper-enabled operator vision from concept to reality. With the Stryke’s superior SWaP (size, weight, and power) specifications, high reliability, and compatibility with most displays, it works well both in clandestine and other tactical operations.
Operators can toss the Stryke into a backpack for transport as it does not require any special handling and can withstand vibration and shock during both transport and use. Set-up and tear-down time is measured in minutes due to its simple design. As SOCOM operators may need to travel covertly and not transport bulky displays, they can simply acquire a display at their destination due to the Stryke’s universal HDMI input and output connections.
As part of your highly expeditionary force, Tactical Command Posts (TACs) need to be rapidly torn down, moved, and set up in order to retain your unit’s operational network capabilities before moving a full TOC. The Stryke makes TAC jumps easier, as it can easily be disconnected, tossed into a backpack, transported without special handling, and set up in minutes.
Your climate control system doesn’t need to be fully operational before communications start, due to the Stryke’s MIL-STD-810G design. Your staff can handle it roughly and operate it in extreme temperatures. Additionally, the Stryke’s conformal coating resists dust and humidity, allowing outdoor use.
It is critical that mobile operations centers maintain a real-time common operating picture during emergency situations. The Stryke can handle visual inputs from multiple sources that can be viewed concurrently to support instant, yet well-informed decisions.
With its small size and easy set-up, the Stryke is easily deployed to disaster sites at a moment’s notice and is rugged enough to be used in vehicles or temporary shelters.
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