GAISS - Live Asset Tracking and Statistical Modelling in Missing Person Search

John Ronan, Kristian Walsh

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    Abstract

    The GAISS project provided a system for integrat- ing live over-the-air automatic positional reports, recorded GPS data, and statistical models of missing person behaviour in an effort to aid the tasks of search planning and recording in missing person searches. This paper gives an overview of the aims of GAISS, describes the user requirements gathering with a primary response agency, integration between their PMR network both between the software and an existing position reporting system (APRS), and finally describes a field trial of the system, and the information gained from this.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2009
    EventNext Generation Public Safety Communication Networks and Technologies (NGenSafe'09) - Dresden, Germany, Dresden, Germany
    Duration: 01 Jan 2009 → …
    http://www.u2010.eu/ngsafe09/home.html

    Workshop

    WorkshopNext Generation Public Safety Communication Networks and Technologies (NGenSafe'09)
    CityDresden, Germany
    Period01/01/2009 → …
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