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Photonics for Port and Harbor Security

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Volume Number: 5780
Date Published: 19 May 2005

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Fiber-optic hydrophone array for acoustic surveillance in the littoral
Author(s): David Hill; Phillip Nash
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A shallow-water observatory for the development of emerging acoustic and light-based underwater security technologies
Author(s): Jarrod Wasko; Benjamin Cray; Edward Levine; James G. Kelly
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High-visibility infrared beacons for IFF and combat ID
Author(s): Martin Pralle; Irina Puscasu; Edward Johnson; Peter Loges; James Melnyk
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NIST biometric evaluations and developments
Author(s): Michael D. Garris; Charles L. Wilson
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Biosensor for underwater chemical sensing
Author(s): Anne W. Kusterbeck; Jeffrey R. Deschamps; Paul T. Charles
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Optical inspection of ports and harbors: laser-line sensor model applications in 2 and 3 dimensions
Author(s): Kendall Carder; Phillip Reinersman; David Costello; Eric Kaltenbacher; John Kloske; Martin Montes
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In harbor underwater threat detection/identification using active imaging
Author(s): Alan Weidemann; Georges Robert Fournier; Luc Forand; Pierre Mathieu
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Diver visibility measured with a compact scattering-attenuation meter (SAM) compatible with AUVs and other small deployment platforms
Author(s): Michael S. Twardowski; J. Ronald V. Zaneveld; Casey M. Moore; James Mueller; Charles Trees; Oscar Schofield; Scott Freeman; Tyler Helble; Gerry Hong
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An autonomous vehicle approach for quantifying bioluminescence in ports and harbors
Author(s): Mark Moline; Paul Bissett; Shelley Blackwell; James Mueller; Jeff Sevadjian; Charles Trees; Ron Zaneveld
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Lidar as a complementary sensor technology for harbor security
Author(s): Kenneth Steele; Bobby Ulich; Anthony Dietz
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Monitoring water transparency and diver visibility in ports and harbors using aircraft hyperspectral remote sensing
Author(s): Charles C. Trees; Paul W. Bissett; Heidi Dierssen; David D. R. Kohler; Mark A. Moline; James L. Mueller; Richard E. Pieper; Michael S. Twardowski; J. Ronald V. Zaneveld
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A remote optical system for port and harbor defense
Author(s): Fletcher A. Blackmon; Lynn T. Antonelli; Anthony Kalinowski
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Hyperspectral simulation and recovery of submerged targets in turbid waters
Author(s): Charles R. Bostater Jr.
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Night time surveillance of harbors and coastal areas using bioluminescence camera and buoy systems
Author(s): David Lapota
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Detecting a surface swimmer using long wave infrared imaging polarimetry
Author(s): John Harchanko; David Chenault; Craig Farlow; Kevin Spradley
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Terahertz and millimetre wave technology in port and harbour security
Author(s): Ruth M. Woodward; Roger Appleby
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A methodology for estimating lateral range curves for electro-optical visible and infrared imaging systems for maritime search and detection applications
Author(s): Michael J. DeWeert; Carrie L. Leonard; Carrie L. Stalder; Judy Iokepa; Jonathan Gradie
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Cueing, tracking, and identification in a maritime environment using the ULTOR optical processor
Author(s): Joel D. Burcham; Joyce E. Vachon
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Port and harbor patrol car loaded Xenon search light
Author(s): Hiroshi Amoh; Takashi Takenami
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