Smart video

TEAC America, the Montebello, Calif., division of Tokyo-based TEAC Corp., has sold 25 airborne video recorders and two integrated debriefing stations to an Army Apache helicopter unit at Fort Bragg, N.C. The stations play, synchronize and display up to four aircraft video flight logs simultaneously to provide immediate post-mission debriefings. The recorders come with global positioning system cards to time-stamp footage.

Smart Technologies Inc., Calgary, Alberta, has released free software for its interactive touch-sensitive whiteboard that allows users to annotate over moving or still video from sources such as DVDs, VCRs, document cameras and computer files.

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Joab Jackson is the senior technology editor for Government Computer News.

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