Improving rotorcraft survivability to RPG attack using inverse methods

@inproceedings{Anderson2009ImprovingRS,
  title={Improving rotorcraft survivability to RPG attack using inverse methods},
  author={Don Anderson and D. G. Thomson},
  booktitle={Security + Defence},
  year={2009}
}
This paper presents the results of a preliminary investigation of optimal threat evasion strategies for improving the survivability of rotorcraft under attack by rocket propelled grenades (RPGs). The basis of this approach is the application of inverse simulation techniques pioneered for simulation of aggressive helicopter manoeuvres to the RPG engagement problem. In this research, improvements in survivability are achieved by computing effective evasive manoeuvres. The first step in this… CONTINUE READING
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