Analysis, Modelling, and Simulation of an Integrated Multisensor System for Maritime Border Control (2008)
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In this dissertation a notional multi-sensor system acting in a maritime border control scenario for Homeland Security (HS) is analyzed, modelled, and simulated. The functions performed by the system are the detection, tracking, identification and classification of naval targets that enter a sea region, the evaluation of their threat level and the selection of a suitable reaction to them. The emulated system is composed of two platforms carrying multiple sensors: a land based platform, located on the coast, and an air platform, moving on an elliptic trajectory in front of the coast. The land based platform is equipped with a Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) radar, an infrared camera (IR) and a station belonging to an ... toggle 7 keywordsintegrated system – multi-sensor data fusion – imaging sensor – threat level – classification – command and control – measures of effectiveness
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