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JKIEES, vol. 29, no. 11, pp.898-905, January, 2018
DOI. http://dx.doi.org/10.5515/KJKIEES.2018.29.11.898

Development of Infrared Target for Dual-Sensor Imaging Seeker's Test and Evaluation in HILS System 이종센서 영상탐색기 시험평가를 위한 적외선 표적원 개발

박 장 한․송 성 찬*․정 상 원* Changhan Park․Sungchan Song*․Sangwoon Jung*
한화시스템(주) 전자광학․PGM연구소(Electro-Optical․PGM R&D Center, Hanwha Systems Co., Ltd.) *한화시스템(주) 레이다․PGM연구소(Radar․PGM R&D Center, Hanwha Systems Co., Ltd.)

In this work, infrared targets for a developed hardware-in-the-loop simulation(HILS) system are proposed for a performance test of a dual-sensor imaging seeker equipped with an infrared and a visible sensor that can lock and track for ground and air targets. This integrated system is composed of 100 modules of heat and light sources to simulate various kinds of target and the trajectory of moving targets based on scenarios. It is possible to simulate not only the position, velocity, and direction for these targets but also background clutter and jamming environments. The design and measurement results of an infrared target, such as the HILS system configuration, developed for testing and evaluation of a dual-sensor imaging seeker are described. In the future, it is planned to test the lock-on and tracking performance of an imaging seeker equipped with single or dual sensors dynamically in real time based on a simulation flight scenario in the developed HILS system.

In this work, infrared targets for a developed hardware-in-the-loop simulation(HILS) system are proposed for a performance test of a dual-sensor imaging seeker equipped with an infrared and a visible sensor that can lock and track for ground and air targets. This integrated system is composed of 100 modules of heat and light sources to simulate various kinds of target and the trajectory of moving targets based on scenarios. It is possible to simulate not only the position, velocity, and direction for these targets but also background clutter and jamming environments. The design and measurement results of an infrared target, such as the HILS system configuration, developed for testing and evaluation of a dual-sensor imaging seeker are described. In the future, it is planned to test the lock-on and tracking performance of an imaging seeker equipped with single or dual sensors dynamically in real time based on a simulation flight scenario in the developed HILS system.

Keyword : Dual-Sensor Imaging Seeker, Hardware In-the-Loop Simulation, Infrared Target, Test Evaluation

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