Navy wants help boosting coastal surveillance

The Navy is inviting interested parties to propose ideas in white papers that would enable it to improve surveillance of shorelines and during amphibious operations, according to a June 1 announcement on the FedBizOps website.

The Naval Surface Warfare Center’s Panama City Division is seeking new products and concepts related to environmental data collection and analysis, maritime and underwater sensing, image and sensor processing, command and control, autonomous and remotely controlled vehicles, data fusion and other related systems and technologies, the broad agency announcement said.

The research center will accept proposals and ideas through May 2013, the announcement said.

Reader Comments

Mon, Jun 11, 2012

How about using the US Coast Guard. The USCG might need some equipment but they are already in the water.

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