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NCJ Number: 31281 Find in a Library
Title: EVALUATING AN IMPLEMENTED AVM (AUTOMATED VEHICLE MONITORING) SYSTEM (FROM CARNAHAN CONFERENCE ON CRIME COUNTERMEASURES, 1975 - PROCEEDINGS BY JOHN S JACKSON SEE NCJ-31252)
Author(s): R C LARSON; K W COLTON; G C LARSON; M A MCKNEW
Corporate Author: University of Kentucky
College of Engineering
United States of America

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Lexington Section
United States of America

Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society
United States of America
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 5
Sponsoring Agency: Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Lexington, KY
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40506
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS PAPER OUTLINES A COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION DESIGN FOR AN IMPLEMENTED AUTOMATED VEHICLE MONITORING SYSTEM IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
Abstract: THIS EVALUATION IS ORGANIZED INTO THREE COMPONENTS: OPERATIONS ANALYSIS; ORGANIZATIONAL ANALYSIS AND ATTITUDINAL IMPACT; AND HARDWARE SYSTEMS ANALYSIS. THE ST. LOUIS SYSTEM, NAMED FLAIR (FLEET LOCATION AND INFORMATION REPORTING), USES A SIMPLIFIED FORM OF 'INERTIAL GUIDANCE' TECHNIQUE, COUPLED WITH REAL-TIME COMPUTER TRACKING TO MONITOR THE LOCATION OF EACH OF 25 PATROL CARS WITHIN AN AVERAGE (CLAIMED) ACCURACY OF 50 FEET.
Index Term(s): Automated vehicle monitors; Computer aided operations; Computer hardware systems; Equipment evaluation; Evaluation; Evaluation criteria; Evaluation techniques; Missouri; Systems analysis
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