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Maritime border control computer simulation

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5 Author(s)
Sofia Giompapa ; Univ. of Pisa, Dept. Of "Ingegnerla delli' nformazione," Pita. Italy- and A. farina, A. Grazianlo and R. Di Stefano, SELEX. Sistemi Integrati (formerly AMýS .p.A.), Analysis of Integrated Systems Group, Rome. Italy. ; Fulvio Gini ; Alfonso Farina ; Antonio Graziano
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This work describes a computer simulator for an integrated command and control (C2) multi-sensor system acting in a maritime border control scenario. The analyzed system is composed of two platforms of multiple sensors: a land-based platform, equipped with a Vessel Traffic System (VTS) radar, an Infrared camera (IR), and an Automatic Identification System (AIS); an airborne platform, carrying an Airborne Early Warning Radar (AEWR) and an IR camera. The mission of the system is the detection, tracking, and identification of multiple naval targets inside a sea region, their threat level evaluation, and the selection of an intervention against possible threat targets, in order to inspect their nature. The Measures of Effectiveness (MoE) of the integrated system are evaluated, i.e., the system performance during the detection, the threat evaluation process, and the intervention.

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IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 11 )