Adaptive multi-sensor biomimetics for unsupervised submarine hunt (AMBUSH) – First year review

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Authors
  1. Blouin, S.
Corporate Authors
Defence Research and Development Canada, Atlantic Research Centre, Halifax NS (CAN)
Abstract
Underwater surveillance is inherently difficult because data transmission is limited and unpredictable when targets and sensors move around in the communication-opaque un-dersea environment. This report briefly describes this past year’s research efforts finding inspiration in Nature’s collaborative tasks, such as wolves hunting in packs, to advance undersea-surveillance. The research proposes an unsupervised surveillance concept max-imizing target localization and sensor covertness. This research project leverages recent technological advances to address two unique undersea challenges: intermittent commu-nications and dynamic environmental changes. This document also reviews the scientific objectives and engineering challenges pertaining to these research activities.

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Keywords
autonomy;intelligence;command control;communication and network;underwater sensor network;distributed sensing and intelligence;adaptive behaviour
Report Number
DRDC-RDDC-2015-R253 — Scientific Report
Date of publication
01 Nov 2015
Number of Pages
24
DSTKIM No
CA041861
CANDIS No
802942
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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