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IFSA Newsletter (ISSN 1726-6017), No.7, July 2006
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1. IFSA sponsored sensor events
2. Sensors & Transducers Magazine (e-Digest), No.7, July 2006
3. Sensors Web Portal Up-dates Briefs
4. New Sensors Books published in June 2006
5. Subscriber services
6. Additional Information, Comments, Suggestions
Superior weaponry alone will not win the war on terrorism. Only through knowing more and knowing first will the threat of terrorist strikes in the homeland, and asymmetric tactics in the battlefield, be overcome. The briefings will offer personnel working in Sensor Fusion related roles, ways of improving bandwidth and processing power in Sensor Fusion systems, they will also explore automation in data and information fusion, examine the challenges and possibilities of vertical integration to include space based sensor platforms and ultimately provide delegates with a better understanding of the issue of visualization. This event provides the information needed, to overcome some of the most difficult technical obstacles faced by the military's operations and intelligence communities, as it relates to gathering and distributing information in a net-centric environment.
With a strong emphasis on technical subjects, designed to address key operational challenges, the third annual Sensor Fusion conference allows participants to explore the current issues and challenges related to maximizing the potential of sensor, computer and communications technology to ensure that US and coalition warfighters have the information they need to better locate, track and eliminate their enemies while avoiding surprise attacks, now and in the future.
Pre Conference Workshop
Threat Assessment Issues and Methods, November 29, 2006
Facilitated By: Alan Steinberg, Senior Research Scientist, Calspan University of Buffalo Research Center
Benefits of Attending:
IDGA's Sensor-to-Shooter is THE forum for industry professionals worldwide to network and exchange information about the latest advances in Sensor-to-Shooter challenges, methodology, and technology to tighten the Sensor-to-shooter cycle in all combat scenarios.
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