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Underwater source localization using a hydrophone-equipped glider
Buoyancy-driven underwater gliders are autonomous underwater vehicles that were originally developed to collect oceanographic data. CMRE is studying the use of this technology for the characterization of denied areas, ...
Joint probabilistic data association tracker for extended target tracking applied to X-band marine radar data
X-band marine radar systems are flexible and low-cost tools for monitoring multiple targets in a surveillance area. Although they may suffer from several sources of interference, e.g., sea clutter, they can provide ...
Maritime surveillance using multiple high-frequency surface-wave radars
In the last decades, great interest has been directed toward low-power high-frequency (HF) surface-wave radars as long-range early warning tools in maritime-situational-awareness applications. These sensors, developed for ...
Localization of small surface vessels through acoustic data fusion of two tetrahedral arrays of hydrophones
Detection and tracking of vessels is important in confined areas such as marine parks or harbors. Nowadays, the presence of ships can be accurately monitored either by radar or via AIS system, while small vessels, which ...
Detection, tracking and fusion of multiple HFSW radars for ship traffic surveillance: experimental performance assessment
Low-power HF surface-wave radars fit well the role of long-range early-warning tools in maritime situational awareness applications, by virtue of their over-the-horizon coverage capability and continuoustime mode of ...