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An emulator of a border surveillance integrated system

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This paper illustrates an emulator of an integrated system developed for predicting its performance in a typical border control surveillance scenario. The sensor suite emulated is constituted by: one spaceborne surveillance radar, one airborne radar for long range surveillance, one radar devoted to vessel traffic control (VTC) and one infrared (IR) camera. The collected data are sent to the command & control centre which allocates the proper means for facing the "potentially hostile" target intrusion. Reaction time and probability of correct reaction in presence of an unidentified moving object have been selected as representative of the integrated system performance. A key point to note is that the visualization is nowadays considered as an enabling technology; thus a great care has been dedicated to the presentation of results via movies realization

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Information Fusion, 2006 9th International Conference on

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10-13 July 2006