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Night Operations Symposium 'No Place to Hide' Held on 11-14 March 2002 (CD-ROM)

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ELECTRONIC FILE CHARACTERISTICS 17 files Adobe Acrobat .PDF and MS Word .DOC. PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION 1 CD-ROM 4 34 in. 98.4 MB. ABSTRACT Sensors for Future Combat Systems FCS, by Gen Paul F. Gorman, USA RET The Media as Technical Competitor for Crisis and Combat Information, by Dr. Elizabeth Stanley-Mitchell, Center for Peace and Security Studies, Georgetown University Seeing and Listening to the Falling Trees Subaperture Imaging in SAR, by Warren Smith, SAIC Advances in SAR for Keeping Targets at Risk, by Victor Tom, Titan Aerospace DRS U6000 640x480 VOX Uncooled IR Focal Plane, by Phillip E. Howard, DRS Sensors and Targeting Systems, Inc. Sensors for UAVs, by Fred Petito, NVESD-Air Systems Division Two Color IRFPAs for Navy Missile Warning, by Dr. James R. Waterman, Naval Research Laboratory Robotics Technology by Maj Tyrone Stark, U.S. Army Research Lab ATR for Air Force Applications, by Lori Westerkamp, AFRL Sensors Directorate VisibleNear-IR vs. Uncooled Long Wave Infrared Automatic Target Recognition, by Dr. Bruce Schachter, Northrop Grumman Co. Imagery from ARL Laser Radar Experiments, by John F. Dammann, Jr., U.S. Army Research Lab. Smart Sensor Web Netted ISR for the Tip of the Spear, by Lt Col Eileen Bjorkman, Defense Modeling and Simulation Office Networked Sensors for the Objective Force No Place to Hide, by Dr. John Eicke, U.S. Army Research Lab. Smart Sensor Web on Power Line for Urban Defense, by Dr. Harold Szu, Office of Naval Research and Wireless Sensor Networks Sensing, Processing and Visualization, by Marius S. Vassiliou, Rockwell Scientific Company.

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  • Optical Detection and Detectors
  • Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment
  • Target Direction, Range and Position Finding

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