Making “SENSE” in the Maritime Domain

Making “SENSE” in the Maritime Domain
Mass modeling of an RF sensor array on 9” class UUV. (Photo credit: BAE Systems)

With today’s geo-political conflicts developing on a worldwide scale necessitating the need for timely and accurate information by decision makers, the requirement for maritime Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) has never been greater.

Maritime ISR by itself is difficult due to the vast distances, dispersed activities and limited high-bandwidth communications involved. As the continuum of conflict advances into grey zone or active hostilities, maritime operations become more difficult.

Click here to read the full article, which was featured in ON&T April 2021.

By Ronald M. Carvalho Jr., Director, BAE Systems’ FAST Labs and Julia F. Allen, Director, BAE Systems’ FAST Labs

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