The ultimate battle space visualization.
Purpose-built for military users, the MAP delivers realistic geospatial visualizations of the battlefield and terrain. Users build operations on high resolution maps, anywhere on Earth.
Users can import custom maps from multiple sources without GIS expertise or programming. Over 100 standard map formats are supported including images files. Map data from online services (e.g. Google Maps, Bing, Here, MapBox) and network servers (e.g. ArcGIS) can be imported as map layers.
Third-party data and objects, including Shapefiles, weather overlays, imagery, video, and real-time data feeds can be imported and displayed as map layers.
New algorithms for drawing with speed & precision.
The CANVAS allows users to effortlessly draw complex, multi-dimensional annotation directly on the map to define the battlefield. Point-and-click drawing tools and a drill-down Icon Selector provide access to a full suite of MIL-STD-2525 symbology, including mission actions and control measures. A terrain analysis toolset conducts line of sight and inter-visibility calculations, and considers obstacles, fields of fires, and cover and conceal.
Create & manage multi-dimensional organizations.
STRUCTURE allows users to explore and interact with organizational hierarchies consisting of units, equipment, facilities, and personnel. Analysts and planners can create orders of battle, aggregate roll-ups, and tables of organization and equipment.
Each entity is meta-tagged and tracked. As organizational changes are made, all Maestro users are updated, keeping everyone in synch.
View and sequence events, movements & interactions
The TIMELINE provides a unique toolset for sequencing events across any time scale—from minutes to months. Events are correlated to assets, actions, or areas of interest on the map. Through user-entered constraints and dependencies, the software automatically schedules and de-conflicts activities producing synchronization matrices.
A suite of playback functionality is included to animate plans or view historical data on the map.
Low bandwidth peer-to-peer collaboration optimized for austere network connections.
Maestro's COLLABORATION framework enables multiple users within and across organizations to securely collaborate on the same operation. Maestro tracks changes and maintains version control across the network. Virtually any network configuration is supported without the need for servers or special infrastructure.
Disconnected, intermittent & limited networks
Compression algorithms allow large amounts of data to be securely shared between users even in intermittent and limited network environments. When connectivity is lost, data sharing is paused and resumes when the connection is restored. Maestro also works in completely disconnected environments—connectivity is optional .
Extensible architecture for rapid integration with third-party platforms & customer infrastructure.
From workflow and data integration to user-interface customization, Maestro offers true flexibility for meeting customer requirements. Information exchange with mission command and intelligence systems (e.g. DCGS) is supported. Positional awareness systems, intelligence databases, and simulation engines can also be plugged in. The Maestro API provides access to third-party integrators.