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Maritime Surveillance 2009 (MS09) Experiment Post-Analysis Workshop. Maritime Surveillance 2009 (MS09) Experiment Post-Analysis Workshop.

Date added: 09/01/2010
Date modified: 06/21/2012
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Maritime Surveillance 2009 (MS09) Experiment Post-Analysis Workshop. Ranelli, P.; Bryan, K. NURC-CP-2010-001. September 2010.

This workshop report briefly overviews the meeting presentations and lists major findings and recommendations from the two-day event. Eighteen participants attended the meeting, including representatives from NURC, MOC Naples, the Turkish Navy, ACT NATO, and the European Space Agency (ESA). The following aspects of the experiment were addressed: * Results of the operational analysis; * Network architecture and data collection; * Moc Operations; * Multi-sensor fusion; * Anomaly detection; * Analysis of AIS intermittency; * SAR ship detection. Further, an overview on the recent HF radar experiment in the Ligurian Sea was given. A CD-ROM containing the workshop presentations can be requested from library@nurc.nato.int

Proceedings of the NATO Undersea Research Centre Non-Lethal Response for Protection in Ports Specialists Workshop Proceedings of the NATO Undersea Research Centre Non-Lethal Response for Protection in Ports Specialists Workshop

Date added: 04/15/2009
Date modified: 08/10/2012
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Proceedings of the NATO Undersea Research Centre Non-Lethal Response for Protection in Ports Specialist Workshop. Kessel, R, Editor. NURC-CP-2009-001. April 2009.

NURC hosted specialist workshop on Non-lethal Response Technologies in Port Protection at its facilities, 1-3 April 2009. The workshop drew over seventy participants from twelve NATO and Partner for Peace (PfP) nations, representing a cross section of stakeholders, including national labs (28 % attendees), operational community (27 %), industry (32 %), NATO organizations (13 %). The presentations and discussions proved the multi-disciplinary nature of port protection on the water side. Topics focused mainly on countering small boat threats and underwater intruders, the readiness of new technologies, independent technical evaluations, the use of marine mammals for interdicting intruders, experimentation methodologies, unmanned response technologies, and entanglements for countering small boats. The presentations made to the workshop and concluding remarks are compiled in these proceedings.

Taking the future to sea: 50th anniversary, 1959-2009 Taking the future to sea: 50th anniversary, 1959-2009

Date added: 04/01/2009
Date modified: 06/19/2012
Filesize: 3.89 MB

Taking the future to sea: 50th anniversary, 1959-2009. April 2009.

Sea Mine Countermeasures: Exploring Neutralisation Options: Proceedings of a workshop on innovative solutions for sea mine disposal Sea Mine Countermeasures: Exploring Neutralisation Options: Proceedings of a workshop on innovative solutions for sea mine disposal

Date added: 04/01/2009
Date modified: 06/21/2012
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Sea Mine Countermeasures: Exploring Neutralisation Options: Proceedings of a workshop on innovative solutions for sea mine disposal. Djapic, V., Editor. NURC-CP-2009-002. April 2009.

NURC hosted a workshop on innovative solutions for sea mine disposal "Sea Mine Countermeasures: Exploring Neutralisation Options", 14-15 April 2009. Twenty-seven people representing ten different NATO nations from the operational (military), academic, government labs, and industry communities attended the workshop. The challenges and problems in mine neutralisation caused by sea currents, surge, and other environmental factors were covered in several presentations. Since different situations require different options, participants concluded that there is a need for a toolbox of modular autonomous systems. New candidate technologies for effective remote delivery of mine neutralisation weapons were reviewed, including non-traditional (non-explosive) approaches. The focus was on lowering costs without sacrificing key performance, especially in countering modern sea mines. Remote mine neutralization options may also be utilised in areas where conventional mine disposal systems are ineffective due to constraints of water depth or manoeuvering room. The workshop also identified partners for collaborative research and the establishment of a joint research project (JRP) on this topic. The presentations made to the workshop and the summary are compiled in these proceedings.

Proceedings of the NURC Underwater Intruder Workshop Proceedings of the NURC Underwater Intruder Workshop

Date added: 07/01/2006
Date modified: 06/22/2012
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Proceedings of the NURC Underwater Intruder Workshop. NURC-CP-2006-002. July 2006.

Projects in harbour protection are getting underway in several NATO nations. To augment the value for NATO of these efforts NURC has undertaken to coordinate a Joint Research Project (JRP), for information exchange, threat analysis, and concept development, as well as for collaborative development, testing, and evaluation of emerging technologies. NURC hosted an Underwater Intruder Workshop to bring prospective JRP partners together, to present work underway and planned in member-country programs and to identify common work elements for future collaboration. Twenty-seven participants from eight countries (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, United Kingdom, United States) and NURC attended. These are the presentations and records of discussion from that workshop.

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