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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The companys broad portfolio offers digital command and control, tactical communications, electronic warfare (EW), persistent surveillance, night vision, robotics and more.
And then, at the same time all that is going on, we're designing, developing and integrating this next set of sensors that takes the E-P3's capabilities and goes well beyond to provide that steady, persistent surveillance worldwide.
Another niche the company has carved out is in the area of persistent surveillance and critical infrastructure protection.
In an August 24 article describing the program, Bloomberg reported that "since January, Persistent Surveillance Systems has been flying planes high over Baltimore and gathering footage across 30 square miles at a time.
INDIA is set to equip itself with a hightech radar system that will enable security forces to mount persistent surveillance through dense forests and vegetations, according to highly- placed official sources.
In the last year, the company has won prime positions on several large contract vehicles including Technical Information Engineering Services (USD 995m ceiling with US Army CERDEC), Electromagnetic Maneuver Warfare Command and Control (USD 800m ceiling with the Office of Naval Research), and Persistent Surveillance - Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Analytic Software (USD 250m ceiling with the Army Research Lab).
Increasing ability of aerostats to provide persistent surveillance for a longer duration is driving the growth of the aerostat systems market
The IFT provides Border Patrol Agents long-range, 360-degree, all-weather, persistent surveillance capability.
wars winding down, there is still a huge global demand for persistent surveillance and communications in austere environments, he added.
It was still deemed ill-adapted to unit-of-action requirements for persistent surveillance and near-real time extraction of terrain features for immediate tactical exploitation.
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.
For a long time, this system has been heavily touted and asked for by US commanders in the field for the Persian Gulf area because you can deploy them in places like Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, and have persistent surveillance across the region, probably well into Iran based on the range on which those radars can surveil.
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