Modeling and Simulation of Collaborative Surveillance for Unmanned Traffic Management is a work by Juan A. Besada, David Carramiñana, Luca Bergesio, Ivan Campaña, and Ana M. Berndardos.
This paper provides an overview of the various collaborative position reporting technologies and surveillance systems used for unmanned traffic management (UTM) systems to track unmanned aerial system (UAS) operations in areas that are not monitored (with counter–UAS systems). Technologies such as Remote–ID, ADS–B, FLARM, or MLAT, as well as the direct exploitation of C2 telemetry relayed through cellular networks, are discussed in detail, with their main technical parameters and performance effects analyzed.
Publication Date- February 15, 2022
Modeling and Simulation of Collaborative Surveillance for Unmanned Traffic Management contains the following main sections:
- State of the Art on Cooperative UAS Surveillance
- Collaborative Surveillance System General Modeling
- Model Specifications for Existing Surveillance Systems
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Authors- Juan A. Besada, David Carramiñana, Luca Bergesio, Ivan Campaña, and Ana M. Berndardos.
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