Siu O'Young

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The RAVEN (remote aerial vehicle for environment-monitoring) project is to develop a ground-based mission management system and airborne surveillance payloads for effective operation of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in Canada's unique and harsh coastal environment. Research efforts focus on new, cost-effective technologies for commercial maritime(More)
As the usage of unmanned systems become more prevalent, defence departments around the world are looking for new modes of human-system interaction that increase the level of autonomy of the vehicle, while maintaining operator control and trust. Defence R&D Canada is currently engaged in a research program on the simulation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles(More)
Frequency modulated continuous wave (FMCW) technique has recently been employed by synthetic aperture radar (SAR) to decrease the radar cost and volume. However, the operation range is limited by the direct energy leakage from the transmitting channel to receiving channel due to the operation principle of FMCW technique. Bistatic configuration is an(More)