|Above Water EO/IR Signature Requirements from an Operational Perspective|
|Systems Concepts and Integration|
DECOY MODELLING, ELECTROOPTICAL, ENGAGEMENT MODELLING, ENVIRONMENT, INFRARED, SCENARIOS, SHIP CONFIGURATION, SHIP MODELLING, SOFTKILL EFFECTIVENESS, THREATS
In the last several decades the use of Electro-optical / Infrared Seeker (EO/IR) technologies in Anti-Ship Missile (ASM) seekers has greatly expanded. To counter this increasing threat to NATO forces, an optimum design of a ship’s signature and the management of its signature are desired. The aim of the meeting is to provide an environment where best practices can be discussed and from which a standard NATO approach is documented.
The sole objective will be to hold a Research Specialists Meeting (RSM) titled “Above Water EO/IR Signature Requirements from an Operational Perspective” in the spring of 2019 at Defence Research Development Canada Valcartier Research Centre (DRDC-VRC) in Quebec City, Canada.
• Definition of methodology for establishing, verifying, and maintaining EO/IR ship signature requirements in preparation for a STANREC
• EO/IR decoy signatures
• EO/IR threat signatures
• Atmospheric effects (refraction, turbulence, scattering) on EO/IR signatures
• EO/IR signature reduction (eg. wash-down, plume cooling)
• EO/IR calibration and measurement techniques from the visible to far-infrared
• EO/IR signature management
• Effectiveness of softkill against EO/IR seekers
• EO/IR signature models
• Engagement models