Revolutionising radar for unmanned systems and homeland surveillance
Counterterrorism efforts in the past decade have been responsible for surveillance in the skies to extreme security measures on the ground. Now, one research institute is bringing a whole new surveillance technique to the table.
As the presence of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) shows no signs of easing up, the demand on these assets to provide clear-cut surveillance is rocketing, particularly as bad weather and dust clouds can often reduce air-to-ground visibility.
A modern synthetic a...
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