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SDL/11-573C
MULTI-INT DATABASE
The Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) offers data-centric
than the original source. It supports NITF 2.1 (all metadata
storage and access for intelligence data via our multi-INT
within the file header), NViD, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF,
database (MIDB). The MIDB supports multiple intelligence
Text, Rich Text, HTML, XML, JPEG, and TIFF file formats with
sources while allowing free, fully-buffered dissemination of
the potential to expand. This search engine, together with
data across a network for distributed, near real-time screening.
the standard query capabilities of the MIDB, provides analysts
with the ability to locate and visualize intelligence data linked
The MIDB currently handles raw sensor data, image data (EO,
beyond the traditional boundaries of geography, date, time,
IR, SAR, ISAR, HSI, MSI, NITF), full motion video data (MISB
or mission. It integrates search and query results into a single
compliant MPEG-2, H.264), MASINT data (MTI, HSI matched
location and seamlessly integrates with other VANTAGE
filter and anomaly detections), exploited products, STANAG
applications.
4676 track files, and generic files. It can be easily extended
SPECIFICATIONS
to support other intelligence types and data formats. The
database also correlates and stores target cues, geographical
REAL-TIME INGEST OF MULTI-SENSOR, MULTI-INT SOURCES
coverage shapefiles, and image mosaics. In addition, the MIDB
• Receives & catalogs data from disparate, multi-INT sources
supports attachment files such as documents and image
products, for which temporal and geospatial information can
be entered to enhance correlation.
in real time
• Supports product files such as JPEG images, text files,
presentations, shapefiles, mosaics, etc
RAPID SEARCHING VIA METADATA SUPPORT
SDL's screening solutions aid users in quickly identifying
• Supports queries on such critical factors as intelligence or
critical data within massive data sets through an intuitive
sensor type, date/time, geographic location, or sensor-
user interface. Available data can be identified and filtered
specific parameters
by many attributes including geographical location, time,
- Displays results in calendar, list, or tree mode
source, keyword, and image content. This paradigm allows
- Displays result footprints as shapefiles on a map
both structured and unstructured data to be accessible to
DATA-CENTRIC DATA STORAGE & ACCESS
users immediately. Correlations between disparate data
• Sends data directly to a screening application for
sets that may not be easily apparent to users are generated
automatically, and an application programming interface
(API) is available through which user-generated correlation
algorithms can be implemented to further enhance and
customize MIDB fusion capabilities.
viewing & exploitation
• Supports multiple environments
- Tactical: MIDB & screener on a single machine for forward
deployed users
- Enterprise: MIDB host serving multiple, simultaneous
screener clients
Together with the VANTAGE™ MIDB, a search engine can be
enabled to provide keyword search functionality across the
• Serves the VANTAGE Web-Enabled Sensor Service (WESS)
for internet access
data contained within the MIDB. This solution can process 150
• Direct dissemination to the DIB, IPL, etc
GB of textual information per hour, compressing the content
• Non-proprietary, ODBC architecture
into a searchable index that
requires less than 30% space
1695 North Research Park Way • North Logan, Utah 84341 • Phone 435.713. 3568 • www.sdl.usu.edu
MULTI-INT DATABASE
STANDARDS-BASED MULTI-INT DATABASE
DATA SOURCES
DCGS-N
DCGS-MC
DCGS-A
AF DCGS
HRI/HSI/MSI
SAR/FMV/Framing
MTI
Exploited Products
The MIDB supports direct
dissemination to the DCGS
Integrated Backbone (DIB),
networked Image Product
Library (IPL), or other relay
location
DIB
QUICK RETRIEVAL & INTUITIVE RESULTS FOR RAPID DATA-TO-DECISION INFORMATION FLOW
SDL’s MIDB enables rapid searching via metadata support. It provides the ability to query the data based on multiple geospatial,
temporal, descriptive, or sensor-specific parameters. It also supports the display of query results in multiple views (list, calendar,
tree), as well as the display of query result footprints (shapefiles) on a map. When attached to an EarthView screener, MIDB missions,
collections, and file data automatically appear
geographically registered on the globe view as
the user pans and zooms. From this view, users
can filter what is being shown on the globe,
request data from the database, or request that
IMINT data be rectified directly onto the globe.
NON-PROPRIETARY
ARCHITECTURE SUPPORTS DATA
SHARING BETWEEN
APPLICATIONS
The MIDB architecture uses standard Open
DataBase
for
Connectivity
compatibility
with
(ODBC)
interfaces
other
database
management systems (DBMS) such as Postgres,
Oracle, Sybase, and others. The ODBC allows
third-party applications to freely access the
non-proprietary database for data sharing and
analysis activities such as data mining, data
The MIDB is integrated with SDL’s premier VANTAGE™ tactical imagery screening and exploitation suite,
and can also be used with smaller, lightweight applications such as our EarthView persistent
surveillance screeners
screening, and data fusion.
1695 North Research Park Way • North Logan, Utah 84341 • Phone 435.713.3568 • www.sdl.usu.edu