NUMERICA'S CORE TECHNOLOGIES
INNOVATION FOR THE MOST CHALLENGING ENVIRONMENTS
Numerica’s world-class scientists, engineers and software architects deliver state-of-the-art technology. We provide new levels of actionable information to decision makers, and our advanced algorithms and software are deployed in systems around the world.
MULTI-HYPOTHESIS CORRELATION FOR C2BMC
With Multiple-Hypothesis Correlation (MHC) and full integration to Command-and-Control Battle Management Communications (C2BMC) track correlator, users gain a more accurate and complete integrated system track picture. Accurately determine the severity of threats through ambiguity assessment, Joint Association and Bias Estimation (JABE) and flight phase analysis.
BALLISTIC LAUNCH ESTIMATION ALGORITHM (BLEA)
Through sophisticated algorithms, users can now track launch events into families including multiple flight phases, interceptors, and BOA processing track data from sensors within the C2BMC enterprise. Gain superior situational awareness with the ability to resolve closely spaced launch activity on both boosting and midcourse ballistic objects.
BSTAR is C2BMC’s next-generation batch track correlation solution with the ability to fuse complex evolving scenes and maintain custody of sensor discrimination data. With feature-aided track correlation, users can view sensor data for advanced discrimination support.
Originally developed for the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) under multiple Small Business Innovative Research (SBIRs) awards and deployed to automate Numerica’s Telescope Network (NTN), Numerica offers an optimization-based approach for the adaptive allocation of limited sensor and weapon resources. Online replanning adapts to dynamically evolving threats and allows graceful degradation even during the most stressful situations, such as raids. This includes joint Sensor Resource Management (SRM) and Battle Management (BM), allowing users to optimize for peak performance.
Numerica’s innovative approach to multi-target detection in multi-frame image data, improves sensor performance through enhanced detection of dim maneuvering targets with low false alarms and rapidly resolve closely spaced targets. Demonstrated in Overhead Persistent Infrared (OPIR) Image processing on Hypersonic and Ballistic Tracking Space Sensor Satellites (HBTSS)/Mission Data Processing Application Provider (MDPAP), as well as Electro-Optical (EO) image processing on NTN data, Numerica has also deployed TbD on Its Spyglass Short Range Air Defense (SHORAD) radar, resulting in a significant increase in detection range without an increase in transmit power.
DISTRIBUTED TRACKING AND SENSOR FUSION
Offering fully distributed tracking and multi-sensor fusion for threats across all domains and sensor modalities on both fixed and moving platforms. Successfully deployed in Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Command System (IBCS), other Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) programs, as well as Numerica’s MIMIR C2 software and Spyglass radar system.
JOINT TRACK MANAGEMENT CAPABILITY (JTMC) BRIDGE
Numerica’s team has extensive experience in developing cross-network composite tracking and joint engagement technologies. Included in this technology portfolio is an implementation of the Joint Track Management Capability Bridge interface that enables integrated multi-sensor composite tracking across diverse DoD sensor networks.
AUTOMATIC SENSOR ALIGNMENT
Fully distributed and automated, multi-sensor alignment software ensures an accurate and common representation of all sensor data critical to achieving high precision and integrated fire control.
Offering new algorithms for mitigating electronic attacks on distributed sensor networks, Numerica provides cutting-edge capabilities for electronic protection of distributed sensor networks.
Read some of our peer-reviewed papers to see why we’re regarded as thought leaders in air defense, missile defense, & image processing.