4. The Secure Wireless Agent Testbed

coauthor: Seth Kendall, Drexel University
coauthor: Arnol Sathe, Drexel University
author: Evan Sultanik, Drexel University
coauthor: Michael Sausa, Drexel University
coauthor: Kristy Pron, Drexel University
coauthor: William Regli, Drexel University
published: June 2, 2008,   recorded: June 2008,   views: 4020
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This video presents a high-level overview of the Secure Wireless Agent Testbed, a multi-year project to study intelligent agent technologies in the context of network-centric and mobile ad hoc wireless systems for situation awareness. The project involved over 50 students and resulted in over two dozen live field trials of agent-based C4ISR.

The SWAT platform has since been employed on a number of follow-on projects and products for the Department of Defense, Department of Justice and several commercial offerings.

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