Target Tracking Architectures, Algorithms and Techniques

Course Description

Build on your knowledge of target tracking concepts. Explore advanced methods for target tracking. Learn equations to assist with the explanations, examples and insights into applying these techniques to real-world problems.

Course ID: DEF 3532P
Course Format: Classroom

Important Course Information

This course is restricted to US citizens who are industrial and/or government employees and complete the Access Eligibility Form.  Eligibility questions should be directed to 404-407-6661.  Attendees must fax the Access Eligibility Form to 404-407-8691.  Laptop computers will not be permitted in the classroom and storage will not be available.

Available Classroom Sections

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CRN Start date End date Format Location Cost
15383 May 12, 2015 May 15, 2015 Classroom Atlanta, Georgia $1,795
16085 May 10, 2016 May 13, 2016 Classroom Atlanta, Georgia $1,795

Special Discounts

GTRI employees are eligible for a discount on this course.  If you are a GTRI employee, please go to and look under “GT Professional Development” for a coupon code to use when checking out.

Note: Coupon codes must be applied during checkout and cannot be redeemed after your checkout is complete. Only one coupon code can be used per shopping cart.

Who Should Attend

Engineers, scientists, and technical managers needing to expand their understanding of target tracking concepts

How You Will Benefit

  • Explore advanced methods for target tracking.

  • Learn about target tracking challenges.

  • Gain insights into the application of target tracking algorithms.


  • Historical review

  • Tracking challenges

  • Modeling radar systems for tracking

  • Track filter design methods

  • Multiple hypothesis tracking (MHT)

  • Multiple target tracking metrics

  • Track to truth assignment from metrics

  • Feature-aided tracking

  • Multiple hypothesis tracking

  • Multisensor tracking: Measurements, tracklets or tracks

  • Multiple hypothesis track correlation

  • Tracking with non-traditional sensors

  • Sensor registration

  • Wideband radar tracking

For Course-Related Questions

Please contact the course administrator: William Blair, Ph.D.