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Operational Capability: Deploying a tailored spectral dust over individuals, equipment or locales from a UAV Dust electro statically attaches to clothing/equipment and can be detected by hyper spectral sensor Spectral sensor capable of detecting tagged personnel and equipment.

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forward pass consortium tagging from a uav
Operational Capability:

Deploying a tailored spectral dust over individuals, equipment or locales from a UAV

Dust electro statically attaches to clothing/equipment and can be detected by hyper spectral sensor

Spectral sensor capable of detecting tagged personnel and equipment.

Utilizes an existing UAV which will be modified to dispense dust

ROM Cost and Schedule – Can be accelerated

Task 1 Period of performance 6 months

ROM cost - $1.5M

Task 2 – 4 months

ROM cost - $300k

Task 3 – 2 months

ROM cost - $200k

Status of components

UAV exists and is presently fitted for visual surveillance.

Spectral dust exists – spectral purity has been demonstrated

Email: wayne.s.hammond@boeing.com

Proposed Technical Approach:

Task1:

Determine and test spectral dust characteristics

Determine concentrations required for hyper spectral detection on personnel

Modify UAV to deploy dust

Task 2:

Determine dust scatter patterns and concentrations as a function of UAV speed, altitude, wind and release rates

Task 3:

Field test system in different environments

Wayne Hammond

253 773-1955

28 November 2001

FORWARD PASS ConsortiumTagging from a UAV