Geolocation, Direction Estimation and Streaming Imagery (GeoDESI) is a cross-cuing SIGINT-to-IMINT General-to-Directed Search solution
enabling Find, Fix, Track, Target, Engage, Assess “F2T2EA” geolocate and homing mission profiles to locate friendly emitters and
target threat emitters. GeoDESI supports Tactical (DF and GEO) and Forensic (Streaming Copy and Recording) SIGINT and IMINT missions.
SSR's "Statement of Originality" for GeoDESI and its HMI is available upon request.
A full-feature Persistent ISR Mission Management Operator Interface consisting of a set of ergonomic display and control panels that coalesce
several SIGINT and IMINT surveillance platforms into one dialog. Mouse clicks and drags simplify the General and Directed search mission tasks.
Designed to support SSR's GeoDESI, it can be configured to support nearly any SIGINT and IMINT system. Built on Qt
, it can be deployed on
Linux, Windows, and Mac based hosts.
Geolocation and Direction Estimation (GeoDE) is a man portable locate and homing solution to find friendly cooperative
LPI / LPD emitters.
Continuous Video Compressed Contour Vertex Coding (CVCCVC) is an image detection and identification technique comprised of novel and
robust canonical space-time processing algorithms. The technique aggregate images over time (for temporal processing), then
aggregates objects within the image across space (for spatial processing).
The Peripheral Adaptive Noise and Interference Canceler (PANIC) is a noise canceling device (NCD) based on an innovative multi-input,
closed-loop, adaptive feedback algorithm and its miniature hardware and software implementations.
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The Remote Controlled Cooperative Emitter (ReCCE) is an autonomous and remotely configured transmitter supporting the calibration
of a collection platform's direction finding and geolocation system while it's on-station.