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Improved Remotely Monitored Battlefield Sensor System

Definition/Scope: The Improved Remotely Monitorer Battlefield Sensor System (I-REMBASS) is an unattended ground sensor system that will detect, classify and determine direction of movement of intruding personnel and vehicles. It detects moving targets and classifies them as personnel, wheeled vehicles or tracked vehicles. The system transmits real time reports on activity within the sensor's detection radius. This system is intended to provide Divisions, Brigades and Battalions with information on activities in areas in front of the Forward Line of Troops and for rear area protection within the Division zone. If a meteorological sensor was attached it will also provide weather updates.



Use:

IREMBASS


Used For:

Protection WFF

Acronym:

IREMBASS

Broader Terms:

ground intelligence
Special Operations Forces
Unattended Ground Sensor

Narrower Terms:

acoustic sensor
ground sensor
passive infrared motion sensor
passive sensor
remote sensor
seismic sensor
Unattended Ground Sensor

Related Terms:

AN/GSQ-187
RSTA
weather forecasting


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