Symposium on autonomous systems in mine countermeasurements
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With sponsorship from the Office of Naval Research, the Naval Postgraduate School announces a Technical Symposium to define and explore the present and potential future prospects for autonomous systems in mine countermeasures applications. There are non-military uses for such systems in dealing with toxic or hazardous materials and/or in reducing the exposure to humans in dangerous environments. In an increasingly belligerant world, the military needs for such systems are real and urgent.
Anouncement and Call For Papers, Symposium on autonomous systems in mine countermeasures, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, April 4, 5, 6 1995.
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