Metron’s Colleen Keller Sterling discusses Bayesian search techniques for finding missing aircraft
Colleen discusses the history and real world benefits of applying Bayesian search techniques when searching for missing aircraft.External Link
Ms. Colleen Keller Sterling is an Operations Research Analyst at Metron. Colleen became involved in search analysis starting with the search for missing aviator Steve Fossett in 2006; she produced probability maps to guide search efforts for the Fossett family and friends. Colleen was subsequently part of the Metron team that performed probability mapping for the French government in the 2009 search for Air France 447, and she was a Metron spokesperson for the MH370 searches in 2014. In this video, part of the MORS-TALK interview series, Colleen discusses the history and real world benefits of applying Bayesian search techniques when searching for missing aircraft.