Fusion and Tracking
Information is the key to victory in the new urban battlespace, but information saturation and fragmentation hinders the warfighter’s ability to use all the resources at his disposal. The problem is exacerbated by the fact that data can come from diverse sources and the quality of data can vary significantly. SSCI counters this by intelligently combining data from multiple sensors to improve feature identification, track patterns, and improve knowledge management. We have developed multisource-multitarget fusion algorithms that can combine information from numerical sensor data of different modalities, processed textual data as well as human intelligence.
SSCI software uses GMTI radar data to enable real-time tracking of dismounts and to determine intent by monitoring the evolution of group dynamics over time. SSCI’s Group Tracker has been tested extensively under DARPA’s Foliage Penetration Reconnaissance, Surveillance, Tracking and Engagement Radar (FORESTER) program.
RF Transmitter Localization
SSCI’s man-portable transmitter localization system utilizes COTS hardware and advanced signal processing techniques to accurately and rapidly geo-locate suspicious transmitters in a variety of tactical environments. Under extensive testing by the Army, this system was able to simultaneously locate multiple 2-way radios with 50-100m accuracy in under 5 minutes.