October 23 - 24, 2018 Woburn, MA USA

Land/Maritime Borders & Critical Infrastructure Protection

Critical Infrastructure Protection sub-track focus: Technologies to facilitate threat detection (including chemical, biological, nuclear, explosives) and counter-terrorism surveillance.  Technologies for effective data analysis. Technologies to track responders, improve situational awareness, and better mitigate, respond to, and recover from incidents, including but not limited to: Detection of hazardous materials, field detection equipment, dispersion tracking Machine learning, advanced analytic methods, predictive modeling Situational awareness / situational understanding and decision support Decontamination and restoration strategies, equipment, approaches, and sensing following WMD events Autonomous, robotic, composible, and artificial intelligence for offsetting human response capabilities Survivor-centric technologies Land/Maritime Borders sub-track focus: Technologies that enable remote detection of unlawful movement or actions, non-invasive transport screening, and situational awareness in complex environments while allowing efficient lawful trade and travel, including but not limited to: Personnel screening Container/Compartment/Vehicle screening (Detection, monitoring and tracking) Ground surveillance, especially small dark vessel / aircraft detection and interdiction Domestic Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems (CUAS) Port (land, sea and air) and in-between-port surveillance for situational awareness Automated recognition and identification of suspicious objects Border security sensor and intelligence integration and data analytics Surveillance and communication (especially in remote environments)
2018 IEEE International Symposium on Technologies for Homeland Security
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