EGR 1211 Introduction to Large Area Surveillance
3.0 Credit Hours
This course is designed to familiarize the student with the concepts of electro-optical remote sensing of important objects that can appear anywhere in the world without warning for a limited period of time. Some of these objects can also be rapidly moving. Such objects include missiles and aircraft in powered flight, nuclear and conventional explosions, fires and other military activity. Discussion includes the unique object signature and sensor characteristics that make detection of these objects possible while continuously monitoring large areas. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.
AND Approval of Department AND Secret Clearance
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Fall Term 2013 Schedule
|| Department Permission Required
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