[...] the Navy P-3 Orion's littoral surveillance radar system - a wide-aperture active electronically-scanned array surveillance radar that captures moving target data - traditionally has fed into naval intelligence-analysis centers, hi the exercise, that information is transmitting directly into the Army's distributed common ground system for the first time, officials note. Sensor data from eight different sources - ranging from signals intelligence aircraft and automatic information system ship transponders to free-text police reports - is scanned, sorted and flagged automatically by software.
Connecting the Dots Grace V Jean National Defense; Nov 2009; 94, 672; Docstoc pg. 26 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Furt
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