Report：Low Date Rate Messaging for a Space Based Wireless Sensor
**Report：Bounds for Aircraft Tracking using a Hydrophone Array**
Zhang Fenghas worked as a principal engineer conducting applied
research in DSP and telecommunications, and has published many journal
papers including IEEE transactions on Communications and on Signal
Processing. Her primary area of skill is in target tracking, data
fusion, infrared sensor detection, digital signal processing, estimation
theory, modelling, simulation, algorithms development, performance
bounds derivation and performance evaluation.
She is experienced in aspects of satellite and telecommunications system
and tracking, data fusion. She has worked on feasibility studies and
conducted critical evaluations of new algorithms and draft
specifications. She has been an invited reviewer for the Synchronisation
Section of IEEE Transactions on Communications for many years.
Mark Riceis Technical Director at Honeywell Global Tracking
Australia and adjunct Professor with the University of South Australia.
Since graduating with a Ph.D. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
from the University of Manchester in 1989, he has made many
contributions to the development of satellite communications systems for
on-the-move applications. This includes the air interface and terminal
equipment design for the first L band regional voice system and
Inmarsat’s Broadband Global Area Network. Most recently, Mark’s
interests have been in the areas of X and Ka band systems, and also Low
Data Rate services and their applications in the Machine-2-Machine
Mark was a founder of the technology companyDSpace, and held the
position of Chief Technical Officer. The company was acquired by EMS
Technologies in 2007 and in 2011 by Honeywell International . Mark
directed DSpace’s technology and product development, including the
capture of key Intellectual Property. Mark’s current position is within
the Global Tracking business unit of Automated Control Systems.
Throughout his career, Mark has been privileged to consult for leading
international satellite communications organisations and his work has
been published in over forty technical articles including 5 patents.