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Radar-based intruder detection for a robotic security system
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The Mobile Detection Assessment and Response System, Exterior (MDARS-E) provides an automated robotic security capability for storage yards, petroleum tank farms, rail yards, and arsenals with multiple supervised-autonomous platforms commanded from an integrated control station. Expand
Coordinate Control of Interior and Exterior Autonomous Platforms.
Abstract : The Mobile Detection Assessment Response System (MDARS) Program is a joint Army-Navy effort to field interior and exterior autonomous platforms performing security and inventory assessmentExpand
Multiple Resource Host Architecture for the Mobile Detection Assessment and Response System
Abstract : The initial effort during Phase I of the Mobile Detection Assessment and Response System (MDARS) Program was aimed at demonstrating the feasibility of a single robotic security platformExpand
Coordinated control of multiple security robots
The Naval Command Control and Ocean Surveillance Center (NCCOSC) has developed an architecture to provide coordinated control of multiple autonomous vehicles from a single host console. The MultipleExpand
Controlling multiple security robots in a warehouse environment
Abstract : The Naval Command Control and Ocean Surveillance Center (NCCOSC) has developed an architecture to provide coordinated control of multiple autonomous vehicles from a single host console.Expand
MDARS Multiple Robot Host Architecture
Abstract : The Naval Command, Control and Ocean Surveillance Center (NCCOSC) RDT&E Division (NRaD) has developed a command and control architecture to provide coordinated control of multipleExpand
Overview of the Mobile Detection Assessment and Response System
The Mobile Detection Assessment Response System (MDARS) is a joint Army-Navy effort to field interior and exterior autonomous platforms for security and inventory assessment functions at DoDExpand
Multiple Resource Host Architecture (MRHA) for the Mobile Detection Assessment Response System (MDARS) Revision A
TLDR
The major components of a distributed host architecture geared towards a single guard controlling up to thirty-two robots, and some of the key issues that were considered in the development phase are described. Expand