Smart Anti-Smuggling Radar System as a new Technology for the Border Protection

Xu Huang, Mohammed Aseeri

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Abstract

Effectively and efficiently protect country board from the intrusions from external threats and the increasing smuggling people, drugs, and arms becomes one of most important and imminent targets at agency deal to protect the border (APB). This research is focusing on “Smart Anti‐Smuggling Radar System,” which, we believe, could be one of solutions corresponding to the target at APB. It is well know that there are many types of radars [1-7], why should we raise this research proposal and what the major characters of the “Smart Anti‐Smuggling Radar Systems” are will be the first thing needs to be done. Generally speaking, the “Smart Anti‐Smuggling Radar System,” has three ingredients, namely (a) intelligent signal processing, which builds on learning through interactions of the radar with the surrounding environment and human; (b) feedback from the receiver to the transmitter, which is a facilitator of intelligence; and (c) preservation of the information content of radar returns, which is realized by the Bayesian approach to target detection through tracking. All three of these ingredients feature in the echo‐location system of a bat, which may be viewed as a physical realization of Smart Anti‐Smuggling Radar System. Also it is to be designed as a multi‐model radar, for example an integration system with CCTV and Thermal Camera, which can be tracking the human smuggling people in almost every time and anywhere. This research addresses the important problem of the verification, integration, and application of current major RADAR technologies with the aim of developing theory in the fields of tracking and location systems and secure data transmission. Development of this theoretical foundation is not significant merely to this research but also to the field of Radar and communications development as a whole. It relates a number of improvements, enhancements, and developments within that will offer the opportunity to develop proposed prototype tracking applications in areas military operations, commercial security and tracking. The outcomes of this research will include: • Discovery of a theoretical foundation to the field. • Integrating of new radar technologies. • Establishment of a novel design prototype. • Demonstration of the tracking system. In this paper generally we will proposed our idea, how to build a smart radar system as a new technology to protect any border, background, and our approach and methodology
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Conference on Border Security
Place of PublicationRiyadh, Saudia Arabia
PublisherICBS, Saudi Arabia
Pages52-58
Number of pages7
Volume1
Publication statusPublished - 2012
EventInternational Conference on Border Security (ICBS2012) - Riyadh, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Duration: 2 Jun 2012 → …

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ConferenceInternational Conference on Border Security (ICBS2012)
CountrySaudi Arabia
CityRiyadh
Period2/06/12 → …

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Radar systems
Radar
Closed circuit television systems
Military operations
Target tracking
Data communication systems
Transmitters
Signal processing
Demonstrations
Cameras
Feedback
Communication

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Huang, X., & Aseeri, M. (2012). Smart Anti-Smuggling Radar System as a new Technology for the Border Protection. In International Conference on Border Security (Vol. 1, pp. 52-58). Riyadh, Saudia Arabia: ICBS, Saudi Arabia.
Huang, Xu ; Aseeri, Mohammed. / Smart Anti-Smuggling Radar System as a new Technology for the Border Protection. International Conference on Border Security. Vol. 1 Riyadh, Saudia Arabia : ICBS, Saudi Arabia, 2012. pp. 52-58
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Smart Anti-Smuggling Radar System as a new Technology for the Border Protection. / Huang, Xu; Aseeri, Mohammed.

International Conference on Border Security. Vol. 1 Riyadh, Saudia Arabia : ICBS, Saudi Arabia, 2012. p. 52-58.

Research output: A Conference proceeding or a Chapter in BookConference contribution

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Huang X, Aseeri M. Smart Anti-Smuggling Radar System as a new Technology for the Border Protection. In International Conference on Border Security. Vol. 1. Riyadh, Saudia Arabia: ICBS, Saudi Arabia. 2012. p. 52-58