Recognizing Soldier Activities in the Field

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We describe the activity recognition component of the Soldier Assist System (SAS), which was built to meet the goals of DARPA’s Advanced Soldier Sensor Information System and Technology (ASSIST) program. As a whole, SAS provides an integrated solution that includes on-body data capture, automatic recognition of soldier activity, and a multimedia interface… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-70994-7_40

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@inproceedings{Minnen2007RecognizingSA, title={Recognizing Soldier Activities in the Field}, author={David Minnen and Tracy L. Westeyn and Daniel Ashbrook and Peter Presti and Thad Starner}, booktitle={BSN}, year={2007} }