27 May 2015 Addressing information management and dissemination challenges for the next generation analyst
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Recent technological advances in the areas of sensors, computation, and storage have led to the development of relatively inexpensive sensors that have been deployed on a wide scale and are able to generate large volumes of data. However, tactical networks have not been able to keep pace in terms of their ability to transfer all of the sensor data from the edge to an operations center for analysis. This paper explores multiple techniques to help bridge this gap, by using a three-pronged approach based on value of information-based dissemination, active sensor query capabilities, and anomaly detection mechanisms. These capabilities are being integrated into an open-source sensor platform deployed in a testbed environment for evaluation purposes.
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Jesse Kovach, Jesse Kovach, Laurel Sadler, Laurel Sadler, Niranjan Suri, Niranjan Suri, Robert Winkler, Robert Winkler, } "Addressing information management and dissemination challenges for the next generation analyst", Proc. SPIE 9499, Next-Generation Analyst III, 94990C (27 May 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2184176; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2184176
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