Military and intelligence professionals utilize Zebra Imaging holographic visualization tools to plan operations, prepare for contingencies and maintain situational awareness within their areas of responsibility. Make timely and informed decisions with superior 3D information in a rugged and portable format. Thousands of unclassified images have already been deployed to the US Military. Zebra Imaging’s holographic prints provide soldiers and leaders a virtual look into terrain, cities and neighborhoods to promote situational awareness and a "virtual déjà-vu" of operational areas.
Zebra Imaging gives armed forces organizations a new way to visualize the environment, going far beyond the capabilities of conventional 2D maps, aerial photos and 3D physical models. Personnel can now analyze data from every dimension — and without the need for a computer in the field. Our 3D holographic maps are used for post-disaster planning and visualization and help the military, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and U.S. State Department personnel to coordinate relief efforts quickly, while avoiding potential language barriers.
Post disaster planning and visualization: 3D holographic maps provide the highest quality 3D visualization to help military, NGOs, State Department personnel and Joint Task Forces coordinate relief efforts quickly without language or interpretation errors.
Some of the key benefits include:
- Portable and durable: Take complex, traditionally computerized data into the field — without the need for special hardware or software; the portable prints can also be easily rolled up.
- Easy workflow integration: Use a wide range of 3D data sources, including aerial photos, radar and laser scans, LIDAR output and intelligence from different armed forces groups and international organizations.
- Proven technology: Deployed thousands of holograms to the U.S. military in theater for the following purposes:
- Visualizing the "common operating picture"
- Battle-space awareness
- Mission/rescue/evasion/logistics planning
- Terrorism prevention planning
- Simulation of terrorist activity and line-of-site analysis for sniper activity
- Evacuation and recovery planning
- Damage assessment and damage estimation
- Human intelligence (HUMINT)
- Easy-to-read annotations: Put more information into a single print — even in multiple languages — so you can overcome language barriers and communicate quickly with local nationals and coalition partners.
- Channeling/Multi-image technology: Combine up to four images in one holographic print that’s viewable from different directions; for example, as an image is turned, you can show strategic tactics, different approaches to the site, or before and after views.