Price: $1,999.00
Length: 2 Days
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Tactical Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance Training

The Tactical Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance Training is a 2-day course covering tactical Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance requirements, strategies, technologies, systems engineering, System of Systems Engineering development, design, implementations applied to modern ISR systems used for tactical applications and modern threat environment.

Learn about key tactical capabilities, associated technologies, sensors, information systems, and tactical data links such as Link 16 and Link 22, and ISR system design and implementations alternatives.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of the Tactical Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance Training, the attendees are able to:

  • List the basis of ISR concepts, techniques, architecture and techniques
  • Discuss the application of tactical Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance and Targeting
  • List the functional and operational requirements of ISR capabilities and systems
  • Understand the tactical ISR application modeling, simulation and net-centric architecture to ISR
  • Discuss  ISR Systems Engineering and System of Systems Engineering (SoSE) principles
  • List ISR capabilities including tactical data links, video, imaging, EO/IR, radar, laser radar
  • Describe ISR  system design requirements and key performance parameters (KPPs)
  • Describe tactical ISR environments, modeling and simulation
  • List the functional and operational requirements of ISR capabilities and systems
  • Describe ISR Model tactical ISR with DoDAF 2.02 viewpoints
  • Describe cybersecurity and Electronic Warfare (EW) applied to ISR
  • Understand the role of data analytic and big data in tactical intelligence

Who Should Attend

Analysts, ISR technicians and engineers, program managers, project managers, systems engineer, design engineer, software developer, embedded programmers and anyone else  who desire to learn about ISR concepts, missions, tactics, simulation, modeling, cybersecurity, and systems.

Course Outline

Overview of Tactical Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance

  • Key concepts of Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR)
  • ISR definition and objectives
  • ISR capabilities, operations, systems,  technology alternatives and approaches
  • ISR requirement development.

Key Principals Tactical Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance

  • Intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance
  • Tactical Intelligence
  • Tactical Surveillance
  • Tactical  Reconnaissance
  • Manned and unmanned aircraft systems
  • High-performance ISR systems

End-to-end Command, Control, Computers, Communications and Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (C4ISR) capabilities

  • Design, integration, test, certification, ground/flight training and complete logistics support
  • Secure mobile communications
  • Lifecycle sustainment
  • Real-time network management
  • Data links and sensors
  • Advanced payload of electro-optical or infrared sensors
  • Tactical unmanned aircraft
  • Real-time tactical reconnaissance, tracking, combat assessment and geographic data
  • Requirements on simple operation, man-portable and quickly assembling without tools
  • Designed for durability

ISR Family of Systems (FoS)

  • Sensor modalities and design
  • Electro-optical imagers (EO/IR)
  • Radar
  • Laser radar
  • Seismic/Acoustic monitoring
  • Ad hoc wireless sensor nodes (WSN)
  • Geolocating sensors and tracked targets
  • Target tracking, positioning  and identification
  • Tactical ISR Platforms: Land, space, air, and sea-based systems
  • Overview of Human Intelligence (HUMINT)
  • Overview of Intelligence derived from photographs and other imagery (Imagery Intelligence-IMINT)
  • Overview of Intelligence obtained from electronic signals such as communications (Signals Intelligence –SIGINT)
  • Overview of Measurement and Signatures Intelligence (MASINT)

Advanced Tactical Imaging

  • Advanced Processing Techniques
  • Transfer of Primary Imagery to Exploitation
  • Image Quality
  • Imaging Sensors
  • Image Analysis
  • Imaging Test & Evaluation
  • Video Systems
  • Motion Imagery
  • Secondary Imagery
  • Library Interface
  • Interoperable Data Links for Imaging Systems

Overview of Tactical Sensors

  • Radio Frequency Receivers
  • Wireless and RF sensors
  • RF Sensors
  • Tagging
  • Tracking
  • Location Devices
  • Ground Sensor Technologies

Tactical Communications and Networks

  • Overview of RF and Wireless
  • Microwave
  • SATCOM
  • VAST
  • Mobile and Cellular Networks
  • WiFi
  • Bluetooth
  • GSM, GPRS and EDGE
  • UMTS/HSPA/HSPA+
  • LTE
  • 5G/mmW
  • Link 16
  • Link 22
  • Digital Security
  • Smartphones on the battlefield
  • Cloud Computing
  • Software

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