Adversary EO/IR signature simulation requires a first-principles, physics-based simulation. We predict the EO/IR signature of complicated adversarial targets from the perspective of ground, airborne, and satellite-based multispectral sensor platforms.
With low observable technology, modeling and simulation solutions have become highly sought for accurately computing the radiometric trademarks of baseline and LO systems. Our team has the capability to generate accurate, appropriate-resolution adversarial target models, and imagery simulated under the full range of global operating environments.
We approach adversarial simulation in a two-step process: first, we predict the physical temperature of the target and scene – engines, electronics, hydraulics, terrain, and other sources, often over a transient operating profile. With the full domain’s thermal solution completed, we then utilize spectral optical data to predict the radiance at the projected pixel level, spectrally. The calculation accounts for atmospherics via MODTRAN and solar and lunar ephemeris emission sources. Renderings will depict physically accurate glints, and complicated reflected phenomena as observed by ground, airborne, and satellite-based multispectral sensor platforms.
ThermoAnalytics’ EO/IR models have been objectively validated in terrestrial and maritime scenarios, across multiple spectral domains: NIR, MWIR, and LWIR.
Because we have a library of adversary target models, we can provide models faster than any other source. Furthermore, we can develop new models from proprietary or open-source data for threats. Our adversarial EO/IR signature predictions are made with our proprietary MuSES software, yielding high-prediction accuracy.
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