SE7EN: Mission Planner – An interactive multi-touch sand table that lets you digitally design, test and refine your missions.
SE7EN: Mission Planner is an interactive multi-touch sand table that gives users the power to create, plan, and fully manage missions and logistical routing in a collaborative geospatial environment. It leverages multi-user, multi-touch platforms for hands-on control of your mission environment.
Features and capabilities of SE7EN: Mission Planner include:
Intuitive, hands-on interface lets you go right to work. The multi-user, multi-touch interface makes it easy for mission planners to collaborate in designing and developing their missions.
Create multilayered missions and plans. SE7EN: Mission Planner lets you design missions with plans for air, ground and sea forces, and contingency and alternate plans for each. Create and plan mission stages and waypoints, capture movement within a stage, and set times for waypoint events such as takeoffs and landings.
Full control over actively deployed resources. Resource objects can be added and removed, rotated and scaled, and nested within one another for easy group management. You can modify symbol information, add and change symbol directions, and animate symbols with freeform paths or straight and curved lines.
Build and review mission time lines. Add, modify, delete, animate, and play back the stages and waypoints of a selected mission plan, quickly drawing freeform or lineform paths (straight or curved) and indicating the speed and direction of each symbol.
Clear insight into resource detail and strategy. Resource object detail in an intuitive user interface provides an easy way of managing and displaying resource designation and relevant object information.
Smooth integration with company datasets. SE7EN: Mission Planner makes it easy to add and manage mission intel as geo-located Points of Interest including location, images, and real-time video that display directly on the map.
Save, store and review missions at any time. You can also overlay audio to add narrations to your mission videos and save the recorded video to MP4 or MPEG format.
Numerous map views including Microsoft Bing and OpenStreet Maps, with iconography managed and maintained by system users.