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WSGI UAVs will be capable of a wide variety of important defense and Homeland security missions. By enabling cutting edge sensors and communications technology, our forces will maintain persistent (24/7) surveillance for strategic and tactical battlefield situations. Capabilities may include:
- High resolution, multi-spectral imaging to provide real-time video and tactical map data with change detection
- Battlefield radar based force interdiction to enable monitoring of moving targets
- Enemy intelligence gathering intercepts, hostile radar intercepts and vehicle location tracking
By enabling cutting-edge technology, such as multi-spectral sensors and advanced communications technology, our forces can maintain persistent (24/7) surveillance over battlefields and protect military interests. These surveillance capabilities may include high-resolution, multi-spectral and hyper-spectral imaging to provide needed information to the battlefield commanders and their troops.
There are many more advantages for the utilization of such platform which may include real-time video and tactical map data, change detection, battlefield radar based force interdiction to enable monitoring of moving targets; and enemy intelligence gathering intercepts, hostile radar intercepts and vehicle location tracking.
Additional capabilities address unit level, C4 (Command, Control, Communications, Computer) and C2I (Command, Control, Intelligence) support. Such capabilities are vital to supporting the individual war fighters, providing real-time, ground-to-air strike support, unit logistics support, and unit intelligence support. Soldiers would be given a tool which will enhance their ability to detect and characterize personnel and equipment. Argus platforms can work in concert with the current military assets to enable wartime capabilities.
The U.S. military has been making large investments in the development of the critical area of "Near Space", which is the area between 60,000 to 120,000 ft, above terrestrial communications networks and below satellite networks. Due to our military's increasing reliance on commercial and military satellites for transmitting everything from soldier e-mail to UAV and aircraft video images, our military is currently spending huge amounts of money for little bandwidth and "near real-time" communications. Today's digital battlefields rely on superior intelligence to "lift the fog of war". This means that fast, secure and reliable wireless communication and sensor-based networks can save lives and win wars.