fusion center


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fusion center

In intelligence usage, a physical location to accomplish fusion. It normally has sufficient intelligence automated data processing capability to assist in the process.
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Often, the intelligence products produced by a fusion center duplicate FIG products.
The algorithm in [2] is derived under the assumption that the fusion center has access to only one measurement source at each time step.
A fusion center in Texas drew verbal fire from the American Civil Liberties Union for targeting antiwar activists and a lobbyist for Islamic organizations as potential threats.
Of note, the term "fusion center" lacks an exacting definition (see Task Forces and Fusion Centers textbox, below).
In August 2006, recognizing a disparity of capabilities, policies, and procedures across the SFC enterprise, the Department of Justice and DHS collaborated in developing a set of fusion center guidelines "to assist in the establishment and operation of centers.
Then we wanted to focus on what has been very successful in the Iraq and Afghanistan AOR, the fusion center, the fusion cell concept to bring together all the functional people in one place so they can do an analysis and determine what information is the most important to whatever the mission plan is.
International Resource News-January 17, 2012--AMD launches AMD Fusion Center of Innovation(C)1994-2012 ENPublishing - http://www.
Any new incidents will be sent to the agency's local fusion center or similar entity for approval per policy standards before they are pushed out for systemwide dissemination.
targets in Germany, is being investigated by the Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center, the report said.
The upgrades include a new fusion center that will synchronize TRANSCOM's global strategic mobility operations and house the Joint Distribution Process and Analysis Center.
Kukona received the award for his efforts in establishing a Counter-Narcotics and Maritime Security Interagency Fusion Center (CMIC) that was completed this spring in Cape Verde.
A fusion center is a collaborative effort of two or more agencies that provide resources, expertise, and/or information to the center with the goal of maximizing the ability to detect, prevent, investigate, apprehend, and respond to criminal and terrorist activity.