Accession Number:

ADA301592

Title:

Cueing of the Surrogate Remote Sentry Using an Acoustic Detection System.

Descriptive Note:

Final rept. Aug-Dec 94,

Corporate Author:

ARMY RESEARCH LAB ADELPHI MD

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

1995-11-01

Pagination or Media Count:

16.0

Abstract:

The Surrogate Remote Sentry SRS system is an Advanced Technology Demonstration ATD for the Rapid Force Projection Initiative RFPl. The device consists of a remotely controlled surveillance system used to monitor approaching enemy vehicles on the battlefield for perimeter defense applications. The surveillance system is made up of a compact integrated multisensor system capable of being implanted behind enemy lines to provide day or night unmanned surveillance and targeting information. The Acoustic Detection System ADS, designed at the Army Research Laboratory ARL, has been integrated with the SRS. The ADS is a wide-field-of-view WFOV sensor system that uses an array of microphones and a simple processor to detect, track, and classify targets in the battlefield. When a target is detected, the ADS generates lines of bearing LOBs to the target relative to the position of the microphone array. When the ADS is integrated with the SRS, the LOBs can cue the narrow-field-of- view NFOV SRS sensors toward approaching targets as they come within the detection range of the acoustic sensor. The ADS integrated with the SRS has been successfully demonstrated at the Early Version Demo EVD in September 1994.

Subject Categories:

  • Acoustic Detection and Detectors

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE