Multi-Radar Tracking refers to the output obtained by the processing done on data from multiple sensors. This process includes measurement-to-track association and data fusion to obtain the nearest and the most accurate output.the input data was obtained from a simulation of a number of aircrafts having different flight paths in random real-time scenarios. Then noise was added to make it as similar to the digitized output of the radars of Pakistan as possible. The objective was to develop identification and fusion algorithms .So first the aircrafts were identified from the redundant data. After that fusion of flight paths of those aircrafts was done so that different aircrafts and their flight paths could be separated as well as predicted. Finally this fully processed data, as results, was displayed on a dynamic map-based GUI .The results show that the algorithms are efficient in most of the cases except in some certain special cases.
Tom Kinara is in charge of the Administrative Surport Services in the Department of Livestock Production in Kenya. He earned his Master of science in Agicultural and applied Economics from the University of Nairobi. His areas of intrest include development, poverty and natural resources economics.