1997

VideoBank begins operations developing cutting edge Full-Motion Video (FMV) solutions.

1998-2003

VideoBank furnishes archive, ingest, and tagging systems for prominent clients such as, National Geographic, ESPN, NHL, NASCAR, Wharton School of Business, Cornell University and many others.

2004

VideoBank supplies its first systems to the Department of Defense (DoD) delivering multiple systems to the U.S. Air Force.

2005

Automated capture and archive solutions are furnished to the U.S. Navy; a full-scale archive management system is provided to the U.S. Army.

2006

The U.S. Army receives a six (6) channel live Processing, Exploitation & Dissemination (PED) prototype, which leads to a $45 million IDIQ contract.

2007-2008

Multiple VideoBank "Deployable" and "Expeditionary" Systems are operating in-theater for the DoD. An encode, archive and management framework is integrated for NASA.

2009

VideoBank is named as the "Wars Video Archive System" by U.S. Department of Defense. Also, during this year, VideoBank is awarded a contract to provide a complete content management and archive system for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

2010

VideoBank is selected as the main integrator for a key U.S. Army PED system.

2011

Live capture, archive, and content management systems are installed for the U.S. Senate.

2012

The U.S. Army receives mobile, portable and fixed-facility systems, including virtualized laptops, deployable flight-case systems, and a Garrison archive system.

2013-2014

VideoBank delivers PED solutions for the U.S. Navy and Johns Hopkins; integration begins for new deployable and laptop systems for the U.S. Army.

2015

VideoBank introduces its new patented virtual collaboration product - the Virtual Meeting Room (VMR) system.

2016-2018

VideoBank delivers its UAS software capabilities to Air Force Research Lab in Rome, NY. Northrop Grumman's Grand Sky facility receives a UAS software suite as well.

2019-2020

VideoBank receives a contract to provide data management solutions & on-premise speech-to-text capabilities for CDC. VideoBank also expands its DoD footprint into U.S. Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM)

2021

VideoBank rolls out the latest version of its Actionable Information System (AIS) within an enterprise private cloud environment for U.S. Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM). These capabilities include a framework for training, measuring, and automating analytics to manage large amounts of mission-ready data.