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Target Zig Detector in support of TMA moved into SATC

Posted March 6, 2015,
by Ian Mayo

Abstract Since last Autumn we’ve been working on a significant part of SATC (Semi Automatic Track Construction – see more here). The genetic algorithms in SATC are now quite mature, and do a good job of producing target tracks from bearing only data. But the analysts have had an ongoing chore – the need to...

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Natural Earth merged into Master Branch

Posted March 5, 2015,
by Ian Mayo

After several months of beta-testing the Natural Earth rendering has been merged into the master branch – and will now form part of the standard Debrief installation. All Debrief installations come with a small, low resolution Natural Earth dataset:   But, it’s also possible to download and install two much higher resolution datasets (in a...

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Native S2087 Import

Posted February 12, 2015,
by Ian Mayo

Abstract A group of analysts were having trouble understanding the track followed by vessels in exercises from data collated from a number of sensors, They had a third party file converter for extracting data from Sonar S2087. When S2087’s file formats changed in 2014, the 3rd party converter became obsolete, and the analysts were stuck...

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Exporting plot data for external analysis

Posted January 28, 2015,
by Ian Mayo

Abstract This posting discusses a modification that was made to make Debrief’s calculated data more accessible to scientific users.  Whilst Debrief has lots of tools for data analysis, it remains possible to export this data to a spreadsheet for external analysis. Customer MWC Backstory An analyst needed to product a custom XY chart to prove...

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