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Reconnaissance, also known as scouting, is the military term for exploring beyond the area occupied by friendly forces to gain information about enemy forces or features of the environment. (Wikipedia.org)






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2014 International Radar Conference (Radar)

Radar 2014 cover all aspects of radar systems for civil, security and defence application. Waveform design, beamforming, signal processing, Emerging applications and technologies, sub-systems technologies, Radar environment.

  • 2012 International Radar Conference (Radar)

    Radar Environment/Phenomenology, Radar Systems, Remote Sensing from Airborne/Spaceborne Systems, Waveform Design, Beamforming/Signal Processing, Emerging Applications, Advanced Sub-Systems, Computer Modelling, Simulation/Validation.

  • 2011 IEEE CIE International Conference on Radar (Radar)

    This series of successfully organized international conference on radar shows the very fruitful cooperation between IEEE AESS, IET/UK, SEE/France, EA/Australia CIE/China, and the academy societies of other countries , such as Germany, Russia, Japan, Korea and Poland. Radar 2011 is a forum of radar engineers and scientists from all over the world. The conference topics of Radar 2011 will cover all aspects of radar system for civil and defense applications.

  • 2009 International Radar Conference Radar "Surveillance for a Safer World" (RADAR 2009)

    The conference will focus on new research and developments in the field of radar techniques for both military and civil applications. Topics to be covered at Radar 2009 include: Radar Environment and Phenomenology Radar Systems Remote Sensing from Airborne or Spaceborne Systems Waveform Design, Beamforming and Signal Processing Emerging Radar Applications Emerging Technologies Advanced Sub-Systems Technologies Computer Modeling, Simulation and V


2013 IEEE Aerospace Conference

The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors. The annual, weeklong conference, set in a stimulating and thought -provoking environment, is designed for aerospace experts, academics, military personnel, and industry leaders.

  • 2012 IEEE Aerospace Conference

    The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors. The annual, weeklong conference, set in a stimulating and thought-provoking environment, is designed for aerospace experts, academics, military personnel, and industry leaders.

  • 2011 IEEE Aerospace Conference

    The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors.

  • 2010 IEEE Aerospace Conference

    The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors.

  • 2009 IEEE Aerospace Conference

    The international IEEE Aerospace Conference promotes interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors. It is an annual, week-long conference designed for aerospace experts, academics, military personnel, and industry leaders and is set in a stimulating, thought-provoking environment.

  • 2008 IEEE Aerospace Conference

    The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors. It is an annual, week-long conference designed for aerospace experts, academics, military personnel, and industry leaders and is set in a stimulating and thought-provoking environment.

  • 2007 IEEE Aerospace Conference


2013 IEEE/AIAA 32nd Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC)

DASC is the premier annual conference providing authors an opportunity for publication and presentation to an international audience of papers encompassing the field of avionics systems for aircraft/rotorcraft/unmanned aircraft (commercial, military, general aviation) launch vehicles, missiles, spacecraft, and space transportation systems, navigation, guidance/control of flight, computers, communications, sensors (radar, infrared, visual bands), avionics architectures and data networking, communications networks, software, crew interface, space and ground components needed for the operation of military, commercial, and business aircraft, and avionics electrical power generation and control, Student papers are entered into a judged competition.


2012 7th International Conference on Computer Science & Education (ICCSE 2012)

Annual selected topics including cloud computing, internet of things, recommendation system, green communication and web application etc. It also covers the topics of interaction between engineering education and computer science.


2012 IEEE/OES Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV)

Technology and applications of autonomous marine vehicles.


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SILVRCLAW III-Advanced Wheel Design and Testing

Christopher Mungas; David Fisher; Greg S. Mungas; Dimi Apostolopoulos; Michael Wagner 2007 IEEE Aerospace Conference, 2007

Enhancing robotic1,2 surface mobility systems are a fundamental Mars Exploration Program goal because many surface-investigation goals require traversing significant distances in widely varying terrain conditions. SILVRCLAW (Stowable, Inflatable, Large, Vectran, Rigidizable, Cold-resistant, Lightweight, All-terrain Wheel) is an inflatable, rigidizable wheel technology that enables compact robotic vehicles to be deployed with significant ground clearance. Such a vehicle could traverse aggressive rocky ...


The control system and experiments of a miniature autonomous reconnaissance robot

Change Zheng 2011 IEEE International Conference on Automation and Logistics (ICAL), 2011

Secret autonomous reconnaissance in tightly confined space is needed in many activities, such as cave-in enemy raids and indoor hostage rescue missions. These special tasks require a kind of miniature mobile robot to autonomously function covertly in highly constrained environments. However, the crucial problem resulted from the small volume of miniature autonomous robots is the difficulty of adopting appropriate sensing ...


Categorizing Life and Death: The Denial of Civilians in U.S. Robot Wars

Geoffrey C. Bowker; Stefan Timmermans; Adele E. Clarke; Ellen Balka Boundary Objects and Beyond:Working with Leigh Star, 2016

This chapter contains sections titled: Bug Splat, Computers and Remote- Controlled Wars, Categorizing Civilians, Counting Victims--From Drone Attacks in Pakistan, Capabilities of Reconnaissance: On Differentiating Combatants and Civilians, "To Classify Is Human": On Moral Choices, Notes, References


Automatic Extraction of Planetary Image Features

G. Troglio; J. A. Benediktsson; G. Troglio; G. Moser; S. B. Serpico; J. Le Moigne 2009 Third IEEE International Conference on Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology, 2009

With the launch of several Lunar missions such as the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) and Chandrayaan-1, a large amount of Lunar images will be acquired and will need to be analyzed. Although many automatic feature extraction methods have been proposed and utilized for Earth remote sensing images, these methods are not always applicable to Lunar data that often present low ...


Multi-touch interaction for tasking robots

Sean T. Hayes; Eli R. Hooten; Julie A. Adams 2010 5th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), 2010

The objective is to develop a mobile human-robot interface that is optimized for multi-touch input. Our existing interface was designed for mouse and keyboard input and was later adopted for voice and touch interaction. A new multi-touch interface permits multi-touch gestures, for example zooming and panning a map, and robot task specific touch interactions. An initial user evaluation found that ...


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SILVRCLAW III-Advanced Wheel Design and Testing

Christopher Mungas; David Fisher; Greg S. Mungas; Dimi Apostolopoulos; Michael Wagner 2007 IEEE Aerospace Conference, 2007

Enhancing robotic1,2 surface mobility systems are a fundamental Mars Exploration Program goal because many surface-investigation goals require traversing significant distances in widely varying terrain conditions. SILVRCLAW (Stowable, Inflatable, Large, Vectran, Rigidizable, Cold-resistant, Lightweight, All-terrain Wheel) is an inflatable, rigidizable wheel technology that enables compact robotic vehicles to be deployed with significant ground clearance. Such a vehicle could traverse aggressive rocky ...


The control system and experiments of a miniature autonomous reconnaissance robot

Change Zheng 2011 IEEE International Conference on Automation and Logistics (ICAL), 2011

Secret autonomous reconnaissance in tightly confined space is needed in many activities, such as cave-in enemy raids and indoor hostage rescue missions. These special tasks require a kind of miniature mobile robot to autonomously function covertly in highly constrained environments. However, the crucial problem resulted from the small volume of miniature autonomous robots is the difficulty of adopting appropriate sensing ...


Categorizing Life and Death: The Denial of Civilians in U.S. Robot Wars

Geoffrey C. Bowker; Stefan Timmermans; Adele E. Clarke; Ellen Balka Boundary Objects and Beyond:Working with Leigh Star, 2016

This chapter contains sections titled: Bug Splat, Computers and Remote- Controlled Wars, Categorizing Civilians, Counting Victims--From Drone Attacks in Pakistan, Capabilities of Reconnaissance: On Differentiating Combatants and Civilians, "To Classify Is Human": On Moral Choices, Notes, References


Automatic Extraction of Planetary Image Features

G. Troglio; J. A. Benediktsson; G. Troglio; G. Moser; S. B. Serpico; J. Le Moigne 2009 Third IEEE International Conference on Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology, 2009

With the launch of several Lunar missions such as the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) and Chandrayaan-1, a large amount of Lunar images will be acquired and will need to be analyzed. Although many automatic feature extraction methods have been proposed and utilized for Earth remote sensing images, these methods are not always applicable to Lunar data that often present low ...


Multi-touch interaction for tasking robots

Sean T. Hayes; Eli R. Hooten; Julie A. Adams 2010 5th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), 2010

The objective is to develop a mobile human-robot interface that is optimized for multi-touch input. Our existing interface was designed for mouse and keyboard input and was later adopted for voice and touch interaction. A new multi-touch interface permits multi-touch gestures, for example zooming and panning a map, and robot task specific touch interactions. An initial user evaluation found that ...


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  • Categorizing Life and Death: The Denial of Civilians in U.S. Robot Wars

    This chapter contains sections titled: Bug Splat, Computers and Remote- Controlled Wars, Categorizing Civilians, Counting Victims--From Drone Attacks in Pakistan, Capabilities of Reconnaissance: On Differentiating Combatants and Civilians, "To Classify Is Human": On Moral Choices, Notes, References

  • Introduction

    The maps in this book are drawn with satellites, assembled with pixels radioed from outer space, and constructed from statistics; they record situations of intense conflict and express fundamental transformations in our ways of seeing and of experiencing space. These maps are built with Global Positioning Systems (GPS), remote sensing satellites, or Geographic Information Systems (GIS): digital spatial hardware and software designed for such military and governmental uses as reconnaissance, secrecy, monitoring, ballistics, the census, and national security. Rather than shying away from the politics and complexities of their intended uses, in Close Up at a Distance Laura Kurgan attempts to illuminate them. Poised at the intersection of art, architecture, activism, and geography, her analysis uncovers the implicit biases of the new views, the means of recording information they present, and the new spaces they have opened up. Her presentation of these maps reclaims, repurposes, and discovers new and even inadvertent uses for them, including documentary, memorial, preservation, interpretation, political, or simply aesthetic. GPS has been available to both civilians and the military since 1991; the World Wide Web democratized the distribution of data in 1992; Google Earth has captured global bird's-eye views since 2005. Technology has brought about a revolutionary shift in our ability to navigate, inhabit, and define the spatial realm. The traces of interactions, both physical and virtual, charted by the maps in Close Up at a Distance define this shift.

  • Lexicon

    The maps in this book are drawn with satellites, assembled with pixels radioed from outer space, and constructed from statistics; they record situations of intense conflict and express fundamental transformations in our ways of seeing and of experiencing space. These maps are built with Global Positioning Systems (GPS), remote sensing satellites, or Geographic Information Systems (GIS): digital spatial hardware and software designed for such military and governmental uses as reconnaissance, secrecy, monitoring, ballistics, the census, and national security. Rather than shying away from the politics and complexities of their intended uses, in Close Up at a Distance Laura Kurgan attempts to illuminate them. Poised at the intersection of art, architecture, activism, and geography, her analysis uncovers the implicit biases of the new views, the means of recording information they present, and the new spaces they have opened up. Her presentation of these maps reclaims, repurposes, and discovers new and even inadvertent uses for them, including documentary, memorial, preservation, interpretation, political, or simply aesthetic. GPS has been available to both civilians and the military since 1991; the World Wide Web democratized the distribution of data in 1992; Google Earth has captured global bird's-eye views since 2005. Technology has brought about a revolutionary shift in our ability to navigate, inhabit, and define the spatial realm. The traces of interactions, both physical and virtual, charted by the maps in Close Up at a Distance define this shift.

  • Problems of Barrier and Sweep Coverage in Corridor Environments

    This chapter theoretically develops decentralized control laws for the coordination of a mobile robotic sensor network to address the barrier and sweep coverage problems in corridor environments. The barrier and sweep coverage include, but are not limited to, a military; for example, barrier coverage can be applied to mine deployment and sentry duty; whereas sweep coverage can be used in multi-sensor minesweeping, reconnaissance, maintenance inspection, and ship hull cleaning. The proposed control algorithms are applicable to real-time coverage operations. The control algorithms are illustrated by numerical simulations. Even though the theoretical results on the developed control algorithms are proved for straight corridors, computer simulations demonstrate that the algorithms are effective in curved corridors as well.

  • Acknowledgments

    The maps in this book are drawn with satellites, assembled with pixels radioed from outer space, and constructed from statistics; they record situations of intense conflict and express fundamental transformations in our ways of seeing and of experiencing space. These maps are built with Global Positioning Systems (GPS), remote sensing satellites, or Geographic Information Systems (GIS): digital spatial hardware and software designed for such military and governmental uses as reconnaissance, secrecy, monitoring, ballistics, the census, and national security. Rather than shying away from the politics and complexities of their intended uses, in Close Up at a Distance Laura Kurgan attempts to illuminate them. Poised at the intersection of art, architecture, activism, and geography, her analysis uncovers the implicit biases of the new views, the means of recording information they present, and the new spaces they have opened up. Her presentation of these maps reclaims, repurposes, and discovers new and even inadvertent uses for them, including documentary, memorial, preservation, interpretation, political, or simply aesthetic. GPS has been available to both civilians and the military since 1991; the World Wide Web democratized the distribution of data in 1992; Google Earth has captured global bird's-eye views since 2005. Technology has brought about a revolutionary shift in our ability to navigate, inhabit, and define the spatial realm. The traces of interactions, both physical and virtual, charted by the maps in Close Up at a Distance define this shift.

  • Index

    **A unique guide to the state of the art of tracking, classification, and sensor management** This book addresses the tremendous progress made over the last few decades in algorithm development and mathematical analysis for filtering, multi-target multi-sensor tracking, sensor management and control, and target classification. It provides for the first time an integrated treatment of these advanced topics, complete with careful mathematical formulation, clear description of the theory, and real-world applications. Written by experts in the field, _Integrated Tracking, Classification, and Sensor Management_ provides readers with easy access to key Bayesian modeling and filtering methods, multi-target tracking approaches, target classification procedures, and large scale sensor management problem-solving techniques. Features include: * An accessible coverage of random finite set based multi-target filtering algorithms such as the Probability Hypothesi Density filters and multi-Bernoulli filters with focus on problem solving * A succinct overview of the track-oriented MHT that comprehensively collates all significant developments in filtering and tracking * A state-of-the-art algorithm for hybrid Bayesian network (BN) inference that is efficient and scalable for complex classification models * New structural results in stochastic sensor scheduling and algorithms for dynamic sensor scheduling and management * Coverage of the posterior Cramer-Rao lower bound (PCRLB) for target tracking and sensor management * Insight into cutting-edge military and civilian applications, including intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) With its emphasis on the latest research results, _Integrated Tracking, Classification, and Sensor Management_ is an invaluable guide for researchers and practitioners in statistical signal processing, radar systems, operations research, and control the ry.

  • Radar Principles

    Advances in radar system hardware and software have enabled radar systems to detect, differentiate, classify, image, and track the range, altitude, direction, or velocity of multiple moving or fixed targets simultaneously. A radar system has a receiver intended to detect the reflected electromagnetic waves, indicating an object with a different dielectric constant in the propagation direction. Doppler radar is typically used to detect moving targets, and estimate their velocity. Security systems motion detectors and door openers are common uses of Doppler radar???based motion detectors. There are two basic radar configurations based on the spatial relationship between the transmitting and receiving antennas: monostatic and bistatic. The major areas of radar application are briefly described, including military defense and weapons systems, remote monitoring of the Earth's surface, the ocean, and other planets, reconnaissance imaging, ground???penetrating radar for archeological expeditions, weather surveillance, air traffic control, and others.

  • Projects

    The maps in this book are drawn with satellites, assembled with pixels radioed from outer space, and constructed from statistics; they record situations of intense conflict and express fundamental transformations in our ways of seeing and of experiencing space. These maps are built with Global Positioning Systems (GPS), remote sensing satellites, or Geographic Information Systems (GIS): digital spatial hardware and software designed for such military and governmental uses as reconnaissance, secrecy, monitoring, ballistics, the census, and national security. Rather than shying away from the politics and complexities of their intended uses, in Close Up at a Distance Laura Kurgan attempts to illuminate them. Poised at the intersection of art, architecture, activism, and geography, her analysis uncovers the implicit biases of the new views, the means of recording information they present, and the new spaces they have opened up. Her presentation of these maps reclaims, repurposes, and discovers new and even inadvertent uses for them, including documentary, memorial, preservation, interpretation, political, or simply aesthetic. GPS has been available to both civilians and the military since 1991; the World Wide Web democratized the distribution of data in 1992; Google Earth has captured global bird's-eye views since 2005. Technology has brought about a revolutionary shift in our ability to navigate, inhabit, and define the spatial realm. The traces of interactions, both physical and virtual, charted by the maps in Close Up at a Distance define this shift.



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