Multiple target tracking with wireless sensor network for ground battlefield surveillance

Abstract : For ground surveillance applications, the wireless sensor networks play a strategic role in military operations. In this paper, we explore the problem of tracking multiple targets observed in the sensors fields based on onboard algorithms under survivability system constraints. The surveillance system consists of a number of sensor nodes scattered in a region in order to detect and track targets in a cluttered environment. The targets can move on and off the road under several possible motion models. We study a Multiple Target Tracking (MTT) algorithm that fits with operational needs and offers good track continuity performance. The performances of this multiple sensors ground target tracking algorithm are evaluated on a complex and realistic scenario.
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B. Pannetier, J. Dezert, G. Sella. Multiple target tracking with wireless sensor network for ground battlefield surveillance. FUSION 2014, Jul 2014, SALAMANQUE, Spain. ⟨hal-01070361⟩

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