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Buried mines detection and classification: advanced technologies and signal processing

Abstract

In order to improve the Mine Countermeasures capability, there is a need to investigate new techniques which will enable the detection, localisation and classification of buried mines. This paper deals with results obtained in France, under a sonar program involving GESMA and three academic laboratories. An experimental approach has been preferred. Two techniques are under evaluation: the low frequency Synthetic Aperture Sonar (SAS) mounted on a platform as a side scan sonar dedicated to buried mines detection and a sonar mounted just below a platform, looking vertically at the seabed, dedicated to buried mines classification.
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hal-00069636 , version 1 (18-05-2006)

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  • HAL Id : hal-00069636 , version 1

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Maud Amate, Alain Hétet, Stéphane Guyonic, Michel Legris, Ronan Bellec, et al.. Buried mines detection and classification: advanced technologies and signal processing. IEEE / OES Oceans'05 Europe conference, 2005, Brest, France. ⟨hal-00069636⟩
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