MOBILE AD-HOC NETWORKS (MANET) IN SHIPBOARD AND SHIP-TO-SHIP ENVIRONMENTS ENABLING AUGMENTED REALITY DEVICES FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE
Beg, Raza P.
Codrington, Ulrick C., Jr.
Mullins, Steven J.
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This thesis researches mobile adhoc network (MANET) configurations for the utilization of augmented reality devices in shipboard or ship-to-ship environments. The intent of this research is to discover necessary network requirements and equipment configurations within a MANET necessary to operate augmented reality devices capable of supporting communication between hospital corpsmen and physicians engaged in emergency care during shipboard or ship-to-ship operations.
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