The wireless ubiquitous surveillance testbed
Ford, Michael K.
Dennis, LeRoy P.
Hess, Randy J.
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This thesis research examines the emergence of surveillance and biometrics technologies as a sensible baseline for building a ubiquitous surveillance testbed for the Naval Postgraduate School. This thesis also defines what ubiquitous surveillance is, employs biometric applications and technical strategies to build a working testbed, and addresses developmental issues surrounding the hypothesis for a ubiquitous surveillance testbed. The authors conducted several evaluations of the testbed using different scenarios and recommend emerging biometric and surveillance technologies to promote the maturation of the testbed into a premier ubiquitous habitat.
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