Evidence-Based Contact Tracking (E-BaCT) to be presented at MAST
This May, returning MAST exhibitor and conference presenter, MIKEL will present their revolutionary approach to developing the tactical picture; the key information used for command decision making, post mission reporting, safe maneuvering of the platform and effective employment of weapon payloads.
This evidence-based Target Motion Analysis algorithm which is part of MIKEL’s Advanced Contact Management System (ACMS) will be described at MAST and results will be presented that demonstrate performance using actual sonar detection data recorded from U.S. at sea operations.
E-BaCT eliminates the detection, tracking and man machine interactive localisation and TMA processes/system (and resulting subsystems) and replaces it with a much less complex process that develops the tactical picture through the automatic processing of raw sonar beam data, eliminating the need for sonar trackers serving localisation and TMA processes. ACMS featuring E-BaCT will be demonstrated at the MIKEL booth allowing for real time user interaction by interested delegates. As well as exhibiting, Mikel will present in the COMBAT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS session on Wednesday 21st May 2014.
Three weeks left to register for MAST conference at 50% discount
If you have been invited to take part in MAST EurAsia 2014 by a MAST author, you have until 28th February to register.
Don’t miss this chance to register at half of the cost of the usual fee. As you would expect, this year’s fees still include access to all sessions, 365-day access to author presentations and/or final paper materials, lunches, refreshments, delegate merchandise, and one ticket to the MAST Sponsors Party.