Summaries - Research
Back Seaweb ASW Sensor Network
|Division||Graduate School of Engineering & Applied Science|
|Investigator(s)||Rice, Joseph A.|
|Sponsor||Office of Naval Research (Navy)|
This applied research is developing state-of-the-art, through-water acoustic communications technology for application to Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW), with emphasis on enabling future undersea distributed network systems (UDNS).
Task A. NGAS: Participate in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Next-Generation Autonomous Systems (NGAS Joint Research Project (JRP)
Task B. UNet: Participate in The Technical Cooperation Program (TTCP) Maritime System Group (MAR) ASW Systems Technical Panel (TP-9). Lead the Undersea networking (UNet) Key Technical Area (KTA).
Task C. Sea Trials: Participate in the NGAS seatrials. Provide Seaweb wide-area network (WAN) technology for interoperable through-water communications amongst heterogeneous ASW sensor nodes being developed by participating nations. Provide Radio/acoustic communications (RACOM) gateway buoy and Seaweb server for end-to-end communications between the underwater network and the ashore command center, with near-real-time delivery of ASW contact reports and sensor remote control.
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