Sensors, Sentry Owls and Smart Dust

Richardson, Doug
December 2002
Armada International;2002, Issue 6, p20
Describes several equipment and device that were developed for battlefield surveillance. Features of short-range battlefield surveillance radars; Information on the Artim-LR thermal imaging camera and night sight from Elop; Function of videos in surveillance missions; Components of the Terrain Commander System from Textron Systems.


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