The U.S. Naval Postgraduate School Center for Network Innovation and Experimentation was founded in 2004 as a research venue for exploring frontiers of self-organizing tactical networking and collaboration. It provides students and faculty with opportunities for interdisciplinary study of agile adaptive wireless networks, network-controlled unmanned vehicles, sensors, intelligent agents, and situational awareness platforms.

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  • CENETIX Brochure text 

    Center for Network Innovation and Experimentation (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2007);
    The mission of CENETIX is to provide students and faculty with opportunities for interdisciplinary study in tactical self-organizing networks, with emphasis on wireless networks, sensors, unmanned vehicles, intelligent ...
  • Network on Target: Remotely Configured Adaptive Tactical Networks 

    Bordetsky, Alex; Bourakov, Eugene (2006-06);
    The emerging tactical networks represent complex network-centric systems, in which multiple sensors, unmanned vehicles, and geographically distributed units of highly mobile decision makers, transfer and analyze data while ...
  • CENETIX (overview page) 

    Department of Information Science (2013);
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