Situational Awareness (SA) Multi-Agent System Overview
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SA Multi Agent System is a program that was developed for the purpose of increasing battlespace awareness of “war fighters” and combatant commanders during STAN (Surveillance and Target Acquisition Network) and TNT (Tactical Network Topology) experiments that are run each quarter at NPS. The common operating picture is based on maps or charts of the area of operations populated with agents that are represented by various icons like a person, truck, UAV, sensor etc. (Figure 1). The entities are located on the chart via latitude and longitude positions that can be entered manually, by clicking and dragging your symbol to your current position, or by a Global Positioning System (GPS) device. Since SA Multi Agent System did not have any user guide information available yet, this chapter is written to provide an overview of the program and to act as a user guide for those using this software program in the future.
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