Active Denial Technology Computational Human Effects End-To-End Hypermodel (ADT CHEETEH)

Source: Army, https://api.army.mil/e2/c/images/2016/10/12/453583/original.jpg
Source: Army, https://api.army.mil/e2/c/images/2016/10/12/453583/original.jpg

Presented: February 10, 2021 12:00 pm
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The ADT CHEETEH is a computational model simulating the response of a human target to Active Denial Technology (ADT). ADT is a counterpersonnel, nonlethal weapon system developed for military use. ADT subjects a target to pulses of focused 95-GHz electromagnetic energy. This diffuses approximately 400 microns into the target’s skin, producing no skin damage (within a known range of doses) while still causing a burning sensation strong enough to repel the target. ADT CHEETEH estimates the physical output of the ADT system and its effect on the target’s physiology, cognition, and behavior. Each model run completes in a few minutes on a standard laptop computer and quantifies the ADT system’s main measure of effectiveness (repel or not) as well as its intermediate measures of performance (dose on target, temperature and damage in skin, perceived pain level, etc.).

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