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CoyoteUGS™ sensor system - A mutable persistent surveillance system for diverse and adapting border threats

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2 Author(s)
Colling, K.D. ; Innovative Wireless Technol., Forest, VA, USA ; Holland, W.E.

Challenges posed to border monitoring are diverse and dynamic. They cover widely varying environments and mutate as the adversaries adapt to improved monitoring and response tactics. The capability to counter the threats is in the intelligence agents possess via human intellect and the tools provided to the agents to bolster their knowledge and response plan. In this paper we present the CoyoteUGStrade system architecture for flexible deployment, open communications, and data management and analysis. Armed with this mutable and persistent surveillance framework, our aim is to enable agents with the power of the data they have at their disposal to efficiently respond to ever changing threats.

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Technologies for Homeland Security, 2009. HST '09. IEEE Conference on

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11-12 May 2009