This project consists of an Open Source, extensible software package which encodes how a sensor can adaptively track a mobile RF target signal. Well-defined actions (e.g., linear motion, rotation) specify the allowed decisions a sensor makes to localize a mobile target RF signal, itself with specified motion and RF emission properties. The sensor tracking decisions are statistically informed via belief estimates of possible target positions, represented by the red circles in the figure at right.
The software package is designed to be sensor and target agnostic, so that users can encode their own functionalities. Using examples in the codebase, users can easily add their own configurations, e.g., a sensor with no sensitivity to signals in the direction opposite its motion.