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Ship Detection with Wireless Sensor Networks
By : YangWei
Date : 2013-11-21
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Surveillance is a critical problem for harbor protection, border control or the security of commercial facilities. The effective
protection of vast near-coast sea surfaces and busy harbor areas from intrusions of unauthorized marine vessels, such as pirates
smugglers or, illegal fishermen is particularly challenging. In this paper, we present an innovative solution for ship intrusion detection.
Equipped with three-axis accelerometer sensors, we deploy an experimental Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) on the sea’s surface to
detect ships. Using signal processing techniques and cooperative signal processing, we can detect any passing ships by distinguishing
the ship-generated waves from the ocean waves. We design a three-tier intrusion detection system with which we propose to exploit
spatial and temporal correlations of an intrusion to increase detection reliability. We conduct evaluations with real data collected in our
initial experiments, and provide quantitative analysis of the detection system, such as the successful detection ratio, detection latency,
and an estimation of an intruding vessel’s velocity.
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