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This paper overviews the Philadelphia Area Urban Wireless Network Testbed (PA-UWNT) project and several applications of artificial intelligence therein. PA-UWNT is a research and development effort in mobile and ubiquitous computing, focusing on communication and collaboration between first responders and other emergency personnel. Support systems in these(More)
Secure mobile wireless ad-hoc networks are frequently described in the technical literature as highly-desired and feasible. However only few stable and scalable physical realizations of such MANETs were actually reported. Here, we describe SWAT (a secure wireless agent-based testbed), a physical network of handheld and stationary computing nodes that(More)
We will demonstrate the Secure Wireless Agent Testbed (SWAT), a unique facility developed at Drexel University to study integration, networking and information assurance for next-generation wireless mobile agent systems. SWAT is an implemented system that fully integrates: 1) mobile agents, 2) wireless ad hoc multi-hop networks, and 3) security. The(More)
Gustave Anderson and Andrew Burnheimer and Vincent Cicirello∗ and David Dorsey and Chris Dugan and Iris Howley and Moshe Kam and Joseph Kopena and Rob Lass and Kris Malfettone and Andy Mroczkowski and Gaurav Naik and Max Peysakhov and Brian Pyles and William Regli and Evan Sultanik and James Thiel and Kyle Usbeck and Dan Venutolo and Marc Winners Department(More)
We will demonstrate the Secure Wireless Agent Testbed (SWAT), a unique facility developed at Drexel University to study integration, networking and information assurance for next-generation wireless mobile agent systems. SWAT is an implemented system that fully integrates: (1) mobile agents, (2) wireless ad hoc multi-hop networks, and (3) security. The(More)
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