Military Radar Conference

Leveraging radar technology to provide enhanced range, situational awareness and target recognition

Radar remains an essential capability for militaries worldwide. In the last few years the technology has seen a number of key developments in areas such as range, detection, ballistics and electronic warfare that have had serious consequences for nations who have failed to keep up. At the same time the budgetary constraints that many militaries are currently facing mean that they must be more strategic in funding and the improvements in radar capabilities they invest in. Understanding these complex challenges and making critical procurements and improvements is vital to protecting national security.

We are delighted to announce the return of our 13th Annual Military Radar conference. The event continues to provide a unique opportunity as a dedicated military radar conference to discuss advances in radar technology and its military applications with prominent military, industry and research institutes from around the globe. With dedicated exhibition facilities and networking sessions, it is the perfect place for military and industry partners to debate changing mission sets and the future application of radar.

Top Reasons to Attend:

  • Presentations on future requirements, fields operations, and radar science and technology
  • Unique opportunity for a two-way information exchange with representatives from military, industry and research institutes on the future of radar in contemporary operations
  • Evaluate potential gaps in radar capability and other areas requiring development, and task your resources accordingly
  • Procurement managers will explain their latest projects and set out future strategies for radar
  • Develop new contacts in our dedicated networking sessions to facilitate greater partnering and co-operation going forward

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Military Radar - Bundle of 6 reports



  • Major Wesley Oke, Block III System Engineering Manager, Project Management Office Aurora, Department of National Defence
  • Captain Sil De Gang, Material Manager Surveillance & Navigation Systems, Belgian Defence Forces
  • Dr Stephen Moore, Radar Principal Scientist, DSTL
  • Karl Erik Olsen, Head of Research Group, FFI
  • Dr Mark Smith, VP Capabilities and Chief Technology Officer, Radar and Advanced Targeting, Selex ES
  • Bill Stafford, Technical Manager (BMD & Sensors), BAE Systems Maritime Services
  • Gen (rtd.) Pierre Niclot, Military Adviser/Direction BD & Sales, Thales Air Systems/Thales Raytheon Systems
  • Peter Terpstra, Radars GM/GMR Management, Surface Radars, THALES AIR SYSTEMS
  • Frank Bernhardt, Passive Radar Team Leader, Airbus Defence & Space
  • Dr Gordon Oswald, Chief Technology Officer, Aveillant
  • Dr Stephen Harman, Fellow, ISR Sensors, QinetiQ
  • Steven Calhoun, Mission Systems & Training, Lockheed Martin
  • Dr Roland Erickson, Principal Radar Engineer, Gripen E, SAAB
  • Professor Fabrizio Berizzi, Associate Professor of Telecommunication Engineering, University Of Pisa
  • Dr Bhashyam Balaji, Senior Research Scientist, DRDC Ottawa
  • Krishna Venkataraman, Radar Analyst, , Microwave Radar Branch National Security & ISR Division, Defence Science and Technology Organisation
  • Andy Knill, Former Head of Surveillance and Spectrum Management, CAA
  • Dr Mathini Sellathurai, Reader in Digital Communications and Signal Processing, Herriot-Watt University
  • Matthew Ritchie, Research Associate, University College London
  • Alessio Balleri, Radar Lecturer - Sensors, Cranfield University
  • Conference Chairman, Asif Anwar, Director, Strategic Technologies Practice, Strategy Analytics

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Source: ASDEvents
Date: Jun 10, 2015