Powerful Asset Mapping & Situational Awareness Software
LineVision Desktop™ is a “stand-alone” suite of software applications that leverages Esri® ArcGIS mapping technology to map, analyze and then create immersive and interactive as well as traditional reports with geotagged videos, photos, annotations, documents, shapefiles, aerial imagery as well as other enterprise GIS data sources.
This easy-to-use software is one of the most “open” and versatile geospatial video analysis tools available. Easily playback properly formatted geo-referenced video files from a variety of consumer video cameras, drones, gyro-stabilized video systems and specialized geospatial DVRs, including our own geoDVR hardware
Now even those without GIS experience can easily view this valuable asset location-based multimedia using enterprise maps and imagery data provided by Esri ArcGIS Desktop, Enterprise and Online as well as other compatible GIS data sources.
Features - LineVision Desktop
Pricing - LineVision Desktop
BasicGeotagging, Interactive Viewing & Analysis
- $29 - Monthly
- $299 - Annual
- $725 - Perpetual
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ProfessionalBuild, Save & Update geoProject Deliverables
- $59 - Monthly
- $599 - Annual
- $1,550 - Perpetual
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UltimateEditing, Reporting, Mission Planning & More!
- $119 - Monthly
- $1199 - Annual
- $3,000 - Perpetual
- Enterprise Licensing - Call
Videos - LineVision Desktop
Details - LineVision Desktop
Geo-tagged Photo Support
Geospatial Map Data Support
Geospatial Project Packaging
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
We use DJI drones for survey and inspection and want to overlay or embed kmz files, shapefiles, any line work into the video. Will LineVision support this?
Yes – with some DJI models, and LineVision Desktop – Ultimate, you can use the data from the DJI Fight Record log TXT file to geotag the video so that an approximation of the “camera-target-footprint” shows on the map with this data. You can then enable the map overlay. But again remember this is really an approximation. Unlike the aircraft gimbal systems, the DJI’s do not have a laser rangefinder to get LineVision all the ideal metadata parameters to get the 4-corner information really accurate. Also at this time you cannot export a video file with the video overlaid, the client will at least need the LineVision Desktop – Basic edition to view the data overlaid on the video.
Also, all versions of LineVision also allow you and clients to video player synced with a moving map flight route and data side by side.
Does LineVision Desktop have the ability to also parse mission and security KLV metadata from MISB FMV extract into the .GPX file or just GPS-related data?
There can be all kinds of keys in the MISB FMV so for the sake of making the software more usable for the vast majority of users, we currently only pull out GPS & related data.
However, we certainly can parse all or some specific mission/security metadata and get that into a GPX or other file type. We work with customers on a case by case basis for this type of customization and are happy to explore what would be involved if you are interested.
I need to be able to show video and my flight route on a Google Map or Google Earth in real time as the video plays. Is this something your software can do?
Yes – Our LineVision software allows you to view video files with continuous GPS coordinates a map for dynamic an interactive playback along a flight route. The LineVision Google Earth Extension lets you do this with Google Earth and our LineVision Desktop lets you do this with Esri ArcGIS Maps.
LineVision Desktop, Add-ins, Extensions and Plug-in software is currently licensed to a specific PC as a monthly, annual or perpetual license plan.
The perpetual and includes free updates for the first year and an optional 20% annually for upgrades in year 2 and beyond. Click here to see our pricing plans.
To load a single geotagged video to LineVision go to File > Open Video then navigate to Windows folder where you downloaded the geotagged video AND GPS “companion” or “sidecar” files. This should load up the video and play with the clickable GPS track on the map.
Check out this short tutorial:
Can I save files or projects so that users do not have to manually select and add the videos, photos and other files needed to view a project?
Yes. You can save your project as a geoProject. That way end user only needs to open the geoProject, view and interact with the project deliverable as you last saved it.
How can I share the videos I will make with LineVision with my clients? Will they also have to buy the LineVision software to view my content?
The geoProject format is the ideal way to deliver an interactive and immersive map-based deliverable to your client. (Click here for more on geoProjects.)
However, to offer that type of functionality, requires software that make that all work together.
If you are using the Remote GeoSystems geoProject format for your deliverable, then your client will need some sort of version of LineVision Basic edition or higher to view the saved geoProject.
Since we do offer the monthly plans, so you could subscribe for your client and turn off their subscription for the months that its is not being used.
Alternatively you could create screen capture of the LineVision running if you just needed to send your client a movie. There are also the automated reports that can be exported in Microsoft Word and Excel, as well as mission plans that can be exported as KML files. But again, the map interactivity with video requires the LineVision software currently.
Do you have a published standard CSV format so I can be sure my geospatial video GPS data companion files are compatible with LineVision?
Yes. LineVision accepts many different GPS Data companion file types and to make it easy we have a published very simple CSV spec for LineVision.
The format is as follows:
The 1st row MUST be the following:
LATITUDE, LONGITUDE, ALTITUDE, UTCTIME, SPEED, COURSE
From there, each additional row just needs to be the corresponding values.
You can download the Simple CSV file format example by clicking on the document title below.