Terra Harvest, EUGS, and Cursor on Target in the Improved Sensor Integration (ISI) System

Report No. ARL-TR-6638
Authors: Jesse B. Kovach and Timothy C. Gregory
Date/Pages: September 2013; 24 pages
Abstract: The Improved Sensor Integration (ISI) project is an effort to cross-cue various force protection and persistent surveillance systems from unattended ground sensor systems and other data sources. The ISI systems communicate primarily through cursor on target messages. The Terra Harvest controller architecture was adopted to integrate the Applied Research Associates Expendable Unattended Ground Sensor (EUGS) system into the ISI project and provides a potential entry point for other types of unattended sensors. This report describes the architecture used to integrate EUGS into the ISI system by way of Terra Harvest and Cursor on Target, and discusses some of the issues and solutions that were identified during the integration.
Distribution: Approved for public release
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Last Update / Reviewed: September 1, 2013