STANAG Metadata Encoder  Version 1.0.0
Supported Data formats.

STANAG Metadata Encoder supports the following data formats as a metadata source:

CSV formatted strings.

STANAG Metadata Encoder allows MISB 0601.X live data import from the csv strings. The data is parsed on the fly, processed and sent to the Network and/or file targets.

The easiest way to create a compliant metadata string template is to use a KlvInspector application.

The application works with the following text formats:

Generic MISB 0601.X

The string must represent corresponding fields in MISB 0601.5 standard. For example: 1. Checksum,2. UNIX Time Stamp,3. Mission ID,4. Platform Tail Number,.


Figure 1. CSV string example (Excel).
All MISB 0601.x fields columns must be present. If no information available, the field may be empty.

Here is an example of such a string:
",2014-Aug-14 14:38:20.162000,TEST,ROV2,162.55,0.0000,0.0000,10,,ROV3,,WGS-84,4438.1543,06333.6474,57.20,1.1,1.2,1.3,,,,1.4,1.5,1.6,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,"

Inserting Security Metadata Set in CSV file.

Security Metadata Set may be present in a text form in the corresponding column (48). The following format is used:


Figure 2. Security Metadata Set CSV example (Excel).

For more information on Security Metadata Set please see MISB 0102.X documentation.

Inserting Image Horizon Pixel Pack in CSV file.

Image Horizon Pixel Pack may be present in a text form in the corresponding column (81). The following format is used:


Figure 3. Image Horizon Pixel Pack CSV example (Excel).

RVT (Tag 73) and VMTI (Tag 74) in CSV file.

RVT Local Data Set (Tag 73) and VMTI Local Data Set (Tag 74) can be imported as a Base64 encoded string in the corresponding columns (73 and 74).

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