How can air disturbances be used to track and detect airborne objects?

Posted: November 17, 2022

Deadline: December 9, 2022

The Defense Systems Information Analysis Center was recently tasked with finding research efforts or information on ways to use disturbances in the air to detect and track airborne objects. Of particular interest are technologies that can operate through line of sight to track or detect objects and through obfuscation/diffraction (such as fog or smoke) to detect and track an object.

If you have any information on these topics or know of key contacts in this type of field, please fill out the relevant fields in the form found here or provide contact information and details in an e-mail to Daniel Fleming (, the lead IAC analyst on this effort, or join the DoDTechipedia forum by clicking the “Join the Discussion” button below.


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