Development and Use Of Underwater UXO Demonstration Sites
Underwater sensors and platforms used to detect and classify UXO have been developed to a point that controlled demonstration and validation of those systems are needed. This session included presentations and discussion of the development, progress, and use of underwater demonstration sites.
|Session Chair: Dr. Michael Richardson, Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA)|
|Introduction by Session Chair||Dr. Michael Richardson, Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA)|
|Keynote Address: MuST towbody in Sequim Bay - System Engineering Tests Over Test Bed Targets||Dr. Kevin Williams, University of Washington Applied Physics Laboratory (UW-APL)|
|Development of the Sequim Bay Underwater UXO Demonstration Site||Dr. Dana Woodruff, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)|
|Developing a Munitions Test Range Complex in Hawaii||Dr. Margo Edwards, Applied Research Laboratory at the University of Hawai‘i (ARL-UH)|
|Setup and Characterization of a Near Shore Test Bed for Assessing Underwater UXO Sensor Systems||Dr. Raymond Lim, Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD)|
|Towards Developing Demonstrations for Munitions Mobility and Burial in the Underwater Environment||Dr. Joseph Calantoni, Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)|
|Scoring Underwater Demonstrations for Detection and Classification of Unexploded Ordnance||Dr. Shelley Cazares, Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA)|
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