Time Sensitive Targets (TST), as defined in Allied Joint Publication 3.9, are those targets requiring immediate response because they pose (or will soon pose) a danger to friendly operations or are highly lucrative, fleeting targets of opportunity. TST have always been prevalent in operations, evolving from: artillery spotting during the First World War; hunting for V1 and V2 sites in the Second World War; Scud-hunting in the Gulf War; and into current operations with the use of UAVs. During this evolution, the time taken to find a target and prosecute has reduced significantly, despite a marked increase in both the amount of information being transmitted and the range between the target and decision maker.
This conference will look at the future use of time sensitive targeting, with an emphasis on developing technology and techniques. We would like to invite papers to cover the above subjects both from a current and future perspective. Subjects may include target sensing, command and control, communications networks and data links, lethal and non-lethal disruptors, CDE and ROE.
Please note that this is a classified conference and open to UK NATIONALS ONLY.
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