The NATO TG-25 Unattended Ground Sensors Field Experiment 2002

Report No. ARL-TR-3010
Authors: Brian Mays, Hao Vu, and Nino Srour
Date/Pages: September 2003; 37 pages
Abstract: In October 2002, the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) participated in the NATO TG-25 unattended ground sensors experiment held in Bourges, France. The field experiment was a joint international signature collection and vehicle tracking exercise with nine participating NATO countries. The experiment consisted of nine different ground vehicles that covered the heavy-tracked, light-tracked, heavy-wheeled, and light-wheeled class of ground vehicles. The vehicles were run in single vehicle and convoy formations. This report describes the raw signature data that was collected by the ARL during the TG25 field experiment. The raw signature data collected include acoustic array data at two geographic locations, three-axis seismic data at two geographic locations, and still infrared images of the vehicles at one location.
Distribution: Approved for public release
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