Combat Zones That See
Combat Zones That See, or CTS, is a project of the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) whose goal is to "track everything that moves" in a city by linking up a massive network of surveillance cameras to a centralized computer system. Artificial intelligence software will then identify and track all movement throughout the city.
- Information Awareness Office
- Heterogenous Aerial Reconnaissance Team
- Closed-circuit television
- Cognitive Technology Threat Warning System
- Autonomous real-time ground ubiquitous surveillance imaging system
- Wikisource:DARPA Solicitation Number SN03-13: Pre-Solicitation Notice: COMBAT ZONES THAT SEE (CTS)
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- DARPA BAA 03-15 official project description and bid solicitation
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