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Robust communication networks, affordable sensors and information technologies form the critical enabling layer in the battlefield decision-making architecture. These sensors provide the eyes, ears and noses for all tactical and strategic decision-making. Integrated sensor systems are critical and fundamental to achieving situational awareness on the battlefield to win the information war. Sensors are vital to the survivability of soldiers and the weapon platforms on the battlefield. Intelligent, multi-domain, networked sensors can provide robust performance at a reasonable cost (for e.g., low power consumption). Such networks gather multi-modal data about the environment, use both local and distributed inference algorithms to determine reliable interpretations at multiple levels of granularity, and communicate those interpretations in response to events or queries.

   

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