[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP150104279]
Researchers Prof Abdesselam Bouzerdoum; Prof Moeness Amin
Brief description The aim is to develop radar imaging techniques which enable us to “see” objects behind walls and opaque materials. The major breakthrough is the ability to image objects behind walls and inside buildings or enclosed structures without accessing the scene. Novel signal and image processing algorithms, based on Bayesian compressive sensing, will be developed to enhance image quality and resolution, improve speed of operation, and reduce the cost and time of data acquisition and processing. Many applications will benefit from this research including search and rescue, surveillance, security, and defence. The research outcomes will enhance the capabilities of the Australian armed forces, counter-terrorism, police and law-enforcement agencies.
Funding Amount $495,900
Funding Scheme Discovery Projects