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Air Force seeks multisource analysis

Dec. 17, 2013 - 03:05PM   |  
By MICHAEL PECK   |   Comments
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The Air Force Research Laboratory is soliciting white papers on how to fuse and automate multisource intelligence and data.

The Activity Based Analysis Branch of AFRL’s Information Directorate is focusing on integrated tracking, analysis and discovery, multi-\source information extraction and analysis, and C4ISR Enterprise to the Edge, which aims to increase on-board processing of airborne sensor data to alleviate transmission bottlenecks.

“The key aspect is to provide automated capabilities to help the analyst more efficiently develop target sets, answer time-sensitive requests for information and produce intelligence analysis reports,” AFRL said.

The Air Force also wants innovative technologies in a variety of areas, such as activity analysis to automatically detect suspicious behavior, automatic sensor tracking, and wide area motion statistics to analyze the pattern of life in an area.

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