"I think reconnaissance deals with gathering information about targets whereas surveillance deals more with movement and coordination of units. "
Reconnaissance looks for new (or more) detail about subject targets whereas surveillance looks for indications of confirmation or change of existing information; hence, its frequent relationship to "movement". NATO defines the two (as taken from the NATO reference: APP-6):
Surveillance. The systematic observation of aerospace, surface and subsurface areas, places, persons, or things, by visual, aural, electronic, photographic, or other means.
Reconnaissance. A mission undertaken to obtain, by visual observation or other detection methods, information about the activities and resources of an enemy or potential enemy, or to secure data concerning the meteorological, hydrographic, or geographic characteristics of a particular area. .
Reconnaissance / Surveillance Mission
The major difference between passive surveillance and active surveillance is that passive surveillance relies on pre-existing data or data that is usually reported by public health officers or health care providers to health departments while active surveillance involves proactively collecting data from patients or participants from the general population.
Yes. It has a Hughes Integrated Surveillance & Reconnaissance (HISAR)" sensor system.
Long-range and short-range observation and surveillance.
The acronym stands for Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance System. It is a new plane being procured by the Army to provide standoff electro-optic, infrared, and communications intelligence (COMINT) surveillance of the battlefield.
Robert A Vecchiotti has written: 'Training in utilizaton of surveillance and reconnaissance resources by combat arms officers' -- subject(s): Aerial observation (Military science), Military reconnaissance, Military intelligence
includes infrared, ultraviolet, and visible light reconnaissance systems excluding radar systems such as bomber-defense equipment, weapon fire control equipment, infrared fuses, infrared detection
In the area of surveillance: Covert surveillance is any hidden equipment or personnel used to watch, observe, or otherwise record people, objects, data, events, or facts. This is in an effort to compile the raw material used to produce intelligence. Overt surveillance is when the subject has been informed of the nature and scope of the surveillance being conducted and/or the surveillance devices are clearly labeled and displayed.
It is an intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance asset. Usually referenced when dealing with Unmanned Aerial vehicles(UAVS) Since this is in Business accounting and bookkeeping this is probably wrong
The American Team C4ISR does command, control, communications and computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance. They help organize organizations to be more effective through efficiency.
covert is in secret, so overt would be out in the open... For example in Surveillance: Covert surveillance is any hidden equipment or personnel used to watch, observe, or otherwise record people, objects, data, events, or facts. This is in an effort to compile the raw material used to produce intelligence. Overt surveillance is when the subject has been informed of the nature and scope of the surveillance being conducted and/or the surveillance devices are clearly labeled and displayed. Obvious