Low frequency active sonar: a NATO Conference held by SACLANTCEN on 24-28 May 1993 - collection of unclassified papers - volume 1 of 2
A conference on Low Frequency Active Sonar was held at SACLANTCEN from 24th to 28th May 1993. The conference was attended by over 100 delegates from NATO countries, and the topics presented ranged from environmental aspects, through technologies to system and operational considerations. This document covers the published versions of the unclassified papers presented at the conference
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On-board real-time assessment of acoustic environmental parameters relevant to the estimation of sonar performance for autonomous underwater vehicles LePage, Kevin D.; Oddone, Manlio; Micheli, Michele; Strode, Christopher; Tesei, Alessandra (CMRE, 2019/05)CMRE is evaluating the use of autonomous robots for the detection and tracking of underwater targets. Robotic detection and localization comes with many challenges, not the least of which is the requirement to maximize the ...
Couillard, Michel; Groen, Johannes; Fox, Warren L. J. (CMRE, 2014/01)Synthetic Aperture Sonar (SAS) systems are quickly becoming fundamental tools for seabed mapping applications, as they provide high resolution imagery independent of range from the sensor, with high area coverage rates. ...
Micheli, Michele; Tesei, Alessandra; Ferri, Gabriele; Stinco, Pietro (CMRE, 2019/05)This work aims at reducing the false alarm rate of a multistatic active sonar working in coastal, shallow waters. The sonar system is implemented through a heterogeneous manned-unmanned network including autonomous underwater ...