12 Oct '17, 10pm

Army researchers are working on mapping tech that can help you see the battlefield

Army researchers are developing sophisticated battlespace mapping technologies that allow soldiers to predict wave patterns for beach assaults and create instant 3-D models of urban areas — with resolution high enough to identify sniper hideouts. Researchers with the Army’s Engineer Research and Development Center are at distinct phases on multiple projects to meet battlespace mapping needs at the individual soldier and small unit leader level. A few of those efforts were presented at the Association of the U.S. Army’s Annual Meeting and Exposition this week. One such program is evaluating drone surveillance, combined with sophisticated cameras and a hefty dose of mathematics and modeling, to see through waves and create underwater maps so that leaders can forecast beach assault conditions and even the integrity of sand bars and dunes for such assaults, researchers said. K...

Full article: https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-army/2017/10/12/army-...

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