Summaries - Research
Back TSOA Experimentation - Customs and Border Protection Focus
|Division||Graduate School of Operational & Information Sciences|
|Investigator(s)||Bordetsky, Alexander B.|
|Sponsor||Communications-Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center (Army)|
The activities during ART/TSOA 16-0 will comprise standard TSOA research operations, but for this iteration the focus will center on the Customs and Border Protection mission sets and TTPs. It will take place during at Fort Bliss, TX. This innovative approach is a valuable means whereby new and emerging ISR technologies can be used in live "real world" scenarios, then based on "end user" feedback, assist in refining requirements and improving the capability for potential use in a CBP environment.
Objective. Explore viability of new concepts as solutions for identified current and future capability gaps relating to deployable force protection and other designated topics as well as provide a venue for short-fused experimentation requirements.
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