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Back Exploiting Advanced Environmental Intelligence to Optimize the Effectiveness of Missions Involving Persistent Surveillance
|Division||Graduate School of Engineering & Applied Science|
Murphree, James T.
Guest, Peter S.
|Sponsor||National Reconnaissance Office (DoD)|
|Summary||Our research will address three NRO key functional capabilities: (1) persistent surveillance; (2) monitoring known threats; and (3) detecting RF sources. Our main objective will be to develop improved decision support products for NRO planners and analysts based on advanced information on operationally relevant environmental conditions. Our focus will be on developing environmental analyses \ and predictions that improve the planning and execution of NRO operations (for example, the prediction of environmental effects on sensor performance, target detection, and transmission monitoring). The focus in the first year will be on: (a) identifying the aspects of NRO operations for which advanced environmental intelligence would provide the greatest increases in NRO capabilities; and (b) initiating the design of NRO mission planning tools that exploit advanced environmental intelligence products.|
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