Jonathan Chisum, Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and affiliated member of the Wireless Institute has been asked to speak at the 9th NATO Military Sensing Symposium (MSS) in Quebec City, Canada. Professor Chisum will present, “Collaborative and Responsive Sensors for Low-cost Spectrum Sensing and Geolocation”.
This symposium aims at bringing together government and industry experts from NATO countries in the area of military sensing. It enables the sharing of current information on sensors and how they are being used in operation. It is expected that valuable comparisons and technical critique will foster interoperability within NATO, stimulate joint programs and agreements, and improve the quality of national programs related to military sensing. The emphasis will be on military sensor technology at the system and subsystem level. The three-day symposium will provide excellent opportunities to discuss the challenges and possible solutions with NATO military and technical experts. The Symposium is open to NATO nations and bodies, including Australia, Finland, and Sweden.