Examining methods for maximising ship classifications in maritime surveillance
Both Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) and Border Protection Command (BPC) aircraft fly maritime surveillance missions for the Australian Government on a regular basis. These missions involve searching particular areas of interest (AIs) for illegal fishing or people smuggling activities. In this work a square AI is considered, with an aircraft tasked to search for ships using its sensors (e.g., radar, electrooptical). Waypoints (points that must be visited) are included in the AI to ensure that...[Show more]
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