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Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology 2008;11(1):5-14.
A Study on Operational Concept of Military Guard and Surveillance Robots
Dong-Cheul Seo, Woo-Chan Lee, Chun-Sik Hwang
Korea Military Academy
군 경계 및 감시로봇 운용개념 연구
서동철, 이우찬, 황춘식
In this paper, we propose operational concepts and technology requirements for guard and surveillance robots in military field. After surveying on current trend of guard robots, we present an operational scenario and technology requirements. To begin with, we discriminate the use of fixed type guard robots(fixed robots) and mobile guard and surveillance robots(mobile robots). Fixed robots are used for substituting daily guard by human soldier. In contrast, mobile robots are used for compensating shadow area where not to be covered by fixed type robots. To be specific, mobile robots adopt communication relays to extend operational range and sensor networks to collecting information. In addition, we present technology requirements composed of wireless communication system, platform, sensor nodes, unmanned driving technology, power supply system and IFF etc. In conclusion, in order to maximize co-operational functionality, fixed robots and mobile robots should be tightly related.
Key Words: Fixed Type Guard Robot, Mobile Guard and Surveillance Robot, Sensor Node


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