Distortion Invariant Matching

EMSI has its roots in Air to Air and Ground to Air Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar (ISAR) imaging of aircraft.

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ISAR Feature Aided Tracking

When tracking ground targets from the air, purely kinematic trackers are susceptible to errors in moderate traffic and also in areas with building and terrain shadows.

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Radar Mode Design / System Engineering

EMSI was awarded a Rapid Innovation Fund contract in October 2013 to develop a 3rd party Maritime Search / MTI and Short-Dwell ISAR mode for the Dismount Detection Radar (DDR).

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3D Maritime ISAR

A basic difficulty in processing SAR imagery of ships at sea is that oftentimes the ship motion is great enough within a radar dwell to cause not only blurring of the image but distortion as well.

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Maritime and Terrestrial Combatant Target ID

EMSI is having great success classifying maritime and terrestrial combatants from SAR imagery.

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Deep Learning

EMSI is having great success classifying maritime and terrestrial combatants from SAR imagery.

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Airborne Combat ID

Airborne Combat ID brings with it a special set of constraints. On-board systems have limited processing capability and have an enormous demands put upon them.

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Third Party Radar Mode Design

There is a desire in the Air Force and other services to broaden the capability of existing radar systems by establishing an Open System Architecture.

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