persistent surveillance

persistent surveillance

A collection strategy that emphasizes the ability of some collection systems to linger on demand in an area to detect, locate, characterize, identify, track, target, and possibly provide battle damage assessment and re-targeting in near or real-time. Persistent surveillance facilitates the formulation and execution of preemptive activities to deter or forestall anticipated adversary courses of action. See also surveillance.
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Providing panoramic 24/7 surveillance in extremely challenging weather, PTDS offers a persistent surveillance mission capability not possible with manned and unmanned aircraft which encounter flight-time limitations dictated by fuel consumption and payload capacity.
Blighter radars combine patented solid-state Passive Electronically Scanned Array (PESA) technology - utilising digital beamforming (DBF) on transmit and receive - with advanced Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW) and Doppler processing to provide a robust and persistent surveillance capability and an unmatched combination of high reliability, accuracy and performance with a low cost of ownership.
This includes components and systems in four technology areas: processing exploitation and dissemination (PED), mobile signals intelligence (SIGINT), sensitive site exploitation and persistent surveillance systems.
This SWIR camera's performance, reliability and low SWaP make it ideal for use in a variety of industrial applications that include process monitoring, enhanced vision and persistent surveillance.
wars winding down, there is still a huge global demand for persistent surveillance and communications in austere environments, he added.
Aerostats occupy a sweet spot, providing a less mobile but far more persistent surveillance than aeroplanes and drones.
Battlespace Awareness: A naval intelligence community able to leverage the full range of Navy intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) assets, as well as the power of the national intelligence community (IC), to: deliver persistent surveillance and in-depth knowledge of both the maritime and information battlespace; deeply penetrate adversary systems to discern their capabilities; understand when, where and how adversaries operate; and convey that intelligence to operating forces in timely, relevant and predictive fashion.
This latest upgrade to the Fire Scout system is expected to provide the Navy with more than twice the endurance and three times the payload carrying capacity, upgrading the level of persistent surveillance, intelligence, and reconnaissance capability than its MQ8B predecessor.
For the Canadian Army in Afghanistan, Rheinmetall Canada supplied the Persistent Surveillance on Aerostat, or PSA, system to provide wide-area observation, detection, identification, and monitoring of threats against its forward operating bases.
He advocated for increased Human Intelligence training; the Distributed Common Ground Station-Army across our formations; persistent surveillance platforms, and the Every Soldier is a Sensor program, all of which were later validated by deployed commanders.
General Martin Dempsey, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, expressed apprehension that efforts for preventing the use of chemical weapons in Syria may not be fruitful due to lack of effective intelligence and persistent surveillance.
because you would have to have such clarity of intelligence, you know, persistent surveillance, you would have to actually see it before it happened.
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