27 Jan 17

$ 1 Million Project For Improved sensors one day one day tabs on terrorists by remote controlScientists at Rochester Institute of Technology design flying a new type of optical sensor in unmanned aerial vehicles and surveillance drones, tracking suspects on foot or in vehicles as a threat identified. The Air Force has clearly the change in the risk that we recognized, says John Kerekes, associate professor in RIT Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science. I think we all understand that our military has a paradigm shift is no longer fighting tanks in the open desert.

As chief scientist on the project, Kerekes assembled a comprehensive team with RIT staff and other scientists in order to introduce the system from one end: all the way from the design of the optical and microelectronic devices to the synchronizing algorithms that tie everything together.’Image courtesy you out of the entire Kaiser Daily Health Policy is Report display, Jearch the archives and sign up for mail delivery in Imperial Daily Health policy coverage strongly in favor emperor network. A free service of The Henry J. Released. Kaiser Family Foundation. 2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.

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