Journal Archive

The SARTOM project

The SARTOM project has addressed a key area of defence interest, namely the detection and identification of targets hidden in foliage.

Trusted reasoning engine for autonomous systems

A key mission management issue in tasks involving autonomous systems is human-machine trust.

Automatic middleware and resilient information systems

The problem facing both the security and defence communities is the volume, complexity and timeliness of information.

Advances in inter-vehicle communications systems

This article gives an overview of Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs), starting with a brief discussion of the larger Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET) concept followed by a description of VANETs and their characteristics.

Developing a system using the MOD Architecture Framework (MODAF)

Systems Engineering can be regarded as the process of defining a system's boundaries and performance requirements.

Millimetre-wave soldier- to- soldier communication for covert operations

Mobile ad hoc networking of dismounted combat personnel is expected to play an important role in the future of network-centric operations.

Combat ID and Situational Awareness for Protection of Disadvantaged Troops

Recent developments in technology have allowed the introduction of numerous sensors and systems that enable fast information exchange within battlespace.

TSR – A Demand Allocation for Datalinks

This paper describes Time Slot Reallocation (TSR).

Water Intake and Urine Output during a 194-Kilometre Unsupported Desert March

British troops are required to deploy rapidly to environments that expose them to high levels of heat stress, with limited natural sources of water upon which to survive.

Anglo French Innovation and Technology Partnership on Materials and Components for Missiles

The purpose of this paper is to introduce and raise awareness of the Innovation and Technology Partnership

Through Life Capability Vetronics Systems Integration Testbed

Modern military vehicle electronics networks are based mainly on deterministic protocols

Learning Co-operative Decision Strategies

This paper presents research on enabling co-operative decision strategies in a distributed sensor network

Autonomous Soaring Project Phase Two

This SEAS DTC funded research aims to demonstrate autonomous soaring using a surrogate manned sailplane.

Research and developmentin the EMRS DTC

An introduction to the research programme of EMRS DTC.

Research and developmentin the EMRS DTC

An introduction to the research programme of EMRS DTC.

Trial of electro-optic technologies for the electro-magnetic remote sensing defence technology centre

Reviews and highlights of sensing technologies tested at outdoor trial.

Effects of mutual coupling in Tapered Slot Array (TSA)

Investigating the effects of mutual coupling between TSA elements.

Alternative high power RF FETs based upon CVD diamond

A discussion of the rationale behind the designs.

Easily deployable, multi-functional radar network

Report on development of a micro-sensor wireless network.

Sea clutter encountered in littoral environments

Analysis of low grazing angle open sea clutter.

Design studies for an airborne collision avoidance radar

Description of design studies of collision avoidance radar for UAVs.

High-resolution imaging using lucky frame selection

Development of an imaging methodology for high resolution imagery.

Building aerial mosaics for visual MTI

Making a mosaic from camera images images on an airborne platform.

A LWIR polarimetric imager

Continuing development in QWIP technology.

From a whiff to a wag: a search dog nose best!

A look at how the canine ability to detect distinct smells can be harnessed and used in operations.

UAV autonomy

Unmanned Air Vehicles are becoming increasingly sophisticated and making their way to the front line.

Commanders' guide to potable fluid intake during military duty in hot environments

Discover how this valuable commodity affects performance and how much is enough.

Moving particles with ultrasonic standing waves

Learn more about how Biological Warfare agents can be detected through new developments

Science and technology horizon scanning: opening the pathways for innovation

How the MOD is helping scientists understand each others work and stimulate creativity.