Respond more rapidly to threats and problems by learning to fuse information from multiple sensors. Data fusion, an emerging technology, is the process of automatically filtering, aggregating and extracting desired information from multiple sensors and sources, and integrating and interpreting the data.
The military, Department of Homeland Security and a growing number of sectors, such as manufacturing and the automotive industry, are experiencing a greater need to use sensors and data fusion to address concerns in technological advancement and to overcome challenges. The courses in the certificate offer mission-critical training designed to advance your sensor and data fusion knowledge.
How You Will Benefit
Learn to identify and characterize the principal components of military data fusion systems
Learn state-of-the-art tools and techniques in multi-sensor integration, target tracking, identification and situation/threat assessment
Learn to select fusion techniques appropriate to system and mission needs
Achieve accurate and efficient management of information on the battlefield or in your jobs
Immediately apply course knowledge on your job
Establish industry and government contacts
Gain access to your instructors’ technical expertise throughout your career
Enhance your career path
Earn a recognized industry credential
Reduce project timelines and increase productivity
Expand your industry and government contacts
Give your employees needed credentials to improve your corporate resume
Certify your staff has the necessary training it needs to complete projects
Provide your employees with the latest, cutting-edge training that can make an immediate impact
Who Should Participate
Software and systems engineers
Military, homeland security and intelligence officers/users tasked with developing, using or evaluating sensor/data fusion techniques and systems
Military, security or industry representatives who need to learn basic concepts, issues and potentials of sensor/data fusion
Effective January 2015, courses can only be applied to one certificate. If a core course for a certificate has already been applied to a previously-awarded certificate, then an additional elective must be taken.
Certificates must be completed within 6 years; courses completed more than 6 years ago may not be applied toward certificate
All courses applied to a certificate program must be taken from Georgia Tech
Partner with Georgia Tech to hire a veteran. As a partner, the Georgia Tech program will train military members in areas that directly translate to their job duties.
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