26 July 1999 Microsensor technology: the Army's future force multiplier
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The Army after Next will be lighter, faster, and more lethal than today's force. Survival of the force will be highly dependant on accurate and timely information about enemy forces and movements. CECOM NVESD has a number of ongoing efforts that directly support the vision of networked, low cost, low power, multifunction microsensor to enhance the lethality and survivability of the force. The three key technical areas of investigation: microsensor, signal processing, and communications.
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James C. Brown, James C. Brown, Stuart B. Horn, Stuart B. Horn, } "Microsensor technology: the Army's future force multiplier", Proc. SPIE 3698, Infrared Technology and Applications XXV, (26 July 1999); doi: 10.1117/12.354565; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.354565


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