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STANAG 4545 (EDITION 1 - AMENDMENT 1), NATA STANDARDIZATION AGREEMENT, NATO SECONDARY IMAGE FORMAT (NSIF) (27 NOV 1998)

STANAG 4545 (EDITION 1 - AMENDMENT 1), NATA STANDARDIZATION AGREEMENT, NATO SECONDARY IMAGE FORMAT (NSIF) (27 NOV 1998)., Among NATO nations multiple types of systems are used for the reception, transmission, storage, and processing of images, graphics, text, and other associated data. Without special efforts, the NSIF File Format used in one system is likely to be incompatible with the format of another system. Since each system may use a unique, internal data representation, a common format for exchange of information across systems is needed for interoperability of systems within and among NATO nations. As the need for imagery-related systems grows, their diversity is anticipated to increase. The need to exchange data is also anticipated to increase, even though systems of each nation must retain their own individual characteristics and capabilities. This document defines the NSIF, the Standard NSIF File Format for imagery and imageryrelated products to be used by NATO. The NSIF provides a common basis for storage and interchange of images and associated data among existing and future systems. The NSIF can be used to support interoperability by simultaneously providing a data format for shared access applications, while also serving as a Standard NSIF File Format for dissemination of images graphics, text, and associated data.

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