30 July 1999 Remotely deployed autonomous sensor/processing network for surveillance uses
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Abstract
Adding remote deployment capability to unattended surveillance systems provides the capability to unobtrusively monitor activities in hostile or neutral areas where in-situ placement is not practical. Targeted surveillance activities include tracking force movements, monitoring keep-out areas, and detecting the presence of assets hidden underground or in buildings. Key technologies to achieve this capability include localization of deployed nodes, field optimization and control techniques, multi- sensor fusion, and low cost miniaturized sensors.
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Stephen R. Blatt, James M. Ortolf, Diane G. Mills, Stephen W. Lang, "Remotely deployed autonomous sensor/processing network for surveillance uses", Proc. SPIE 3713, Unattended Ground Sensor Technologies and Applications, (30 July 1999); doi: 10.1117/12.357140; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.357140
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