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7 May 2010 Advanced unattended sensors and systems: state of the art and future challenges
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The unattended ground sensors (UGS) have come a long way over the more than 40 years they have been used to detect adversarial activities. From large, single phenomenology sensors with little signal processing and point to point communications the technology has now changed to small, intelligent sensors using network communications. This technology change has resulted in far more capable sensors but challenges remain for UGS to be effective in providing information to users.
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John H. McQuiddy "Advanced unattended sensors and systems: state of the art and future challenges", Proc. SPIE 7693, Unattended Ground, Sea, and Air Sensor Technologies and Applications XII, 76931J (7 May 2010);


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