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EMI Array for Cued UXO Discrimination. Demonstration Data Report, Former Camp San Luis Obispo, TEMADS Cued Survey

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Technical rept. 2008-2009

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As part of the ESTCP UXO Classification Study, Nova Research, Incorporated and SAIC conducted a cued discrimination survey within the 11.8 acre demonstration site at the Former Camp San Luis Obispo Camp SLO, CA, in 2008-2009. The data collection report for the Multi-sensor Towed Array Detection System MTADS EMI Array for Cued Discrimination, or TEMTADS, for participation in the Environmental Security Technology Certification Program ESTCP UXO Classification Study at the site is presented in this document. The TEMTADS Array is designed to combine the data advantages of a gridded survey with the coverage efficiencies of a vehicular system. We expect to collect data equal, if not better, in quality to the best gridded surveys the relative position and orientation of the sensors will be better than gridded data while interrogating many more targets each field day. The demonstration was executed in two stages during May and June 2009. The first stage was to characterize the TEMTADS sensor array being demonstrated with respect to the items of interest and to the site specific geology. The second stage of the demonstration was a survey of the demonstration site using the TEMTADS

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  • Magnetic and Electric Field Detection and Detectors
  • Ammunition and Explosives

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