UAS Sensor Data Exploitation

Process, Exploit, and Disseminate Sensor Data

MIDAS™ (Modular ISR Data Analysis and Storage) is a near real-time system for processing and sharing Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, (ISR) sensor data for UAS and other Unmanned Systems (GCS). MIDAS provides a simple, powerful interface for reviewing and comparing real-time, near real-time and historical sensor data, including full-motion video (FMV). With MIDAS, UAS operators can analyze sensor data; view it in a temporal context; and even have access to AI tools for tasks like full-motion video analysis without having to wait for data to be transferred to headquarters for analysis. This allows operators to develop actionable intelligence from sensor data at the forward edge, where it's needed the most.

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What's New in TerraLens® 9.2

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Make Timely Use of your Data

Unmanned systems are increasingly being adopted by military and civilian organizations for a variety of roles previously carried out with manned aircraft, including Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), and search and rescue operations. These drones can carry a variety of sensor packages, and produce a high volume of data including FLIR and full-motion video.

Filtering Whats Useful and Whats Not

However, the sheer volume of data produced can introduce operational challenges. Analysts typically pull data from various sources depicted on separate displays and try to decide what data is relevant and useful. After this lengthy process the analysist must then figure out how to get this data to where it is needed in the tactical environment. This takes time and often the initiative is lost.

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Overcoming Challenges

While it's useful for unmanned system operators to have access to real-time ISR sensor data, the raw data is of limited use unless it can be analysed and shared. A lack of standards implementation for data exchange, and the sheer volume of sensor data collected confronts organizations with significant challenges, including:

  • Data collected by sensors such as Full Motion Video (FMV) is available only to the sensor operator and not the wider enterprise due to storage/connectivity limitations
  • No ability to compare data collected in real-time to same legacy data from earlier missions in the same area
  • Lack of capacity to archive and compare data from different sensor types
  • Inability to create intelligence products at the forward edge
  • Limited capabilities to share or disseminate products in real-time to decision makers

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