Military Radar Conference

Utilising radar technology to enhance situational awareness and counter critical operational challenges

In recent years, there have been a number of key developments in radar technology which have enhanced radar capabilities in areas such as range,detection, identification, integration with other sensors and adaptability to new missions, platforms and environments. As operators are confronted by emerging threats and increasingly congested and contested operational environments, these technological advancements are filling critical capability gaps; therefore, there will be severe consequences for militaries which fail to adapt to recent developments. Ultimately, understanding these complex challenges and making decisions on procurements and upgrades is vital to national security.

We are delighted to announce the return of our 14th Annual Military Radar conference. This summit stands alone as an established event which is dedicated to the military applications of radar technology. As a result, it has gained international recognition as a unique forum for discussion and is consistently able to attract senior representatives from military services, commercial organisations and research institutions. With devoted exhibition facilities and networking sessions, this conference provides the perfect environment for military and industry partners to debate changing mission sets and the future capability potential of radar systems.

Top Reasons to Attend:

  • Exclusive testimonies on future requirements, operational experiences, and the results of extensive research programmes to gain unparalleled insights which will inform the future deployment and application of radar systems
  • Unique opportunity for a holistic exchange of information between representatives from military, industry and academia on the future application of radar to ensure that your procurement and training programmes are prepared for imminent capability advances
  • Evaluate the potential capability gaps threatening national security, which are emerging as legacy radar systems are increasingly required to counter new threats and environmental challenges
  • Access innovative methodologies and technological approaches to counter emerging threats and challenging operational environments
  • Adopt a sophisticated, efficient and cost effective approach to resource management during procurement and systems upgrades through a comprehensive review of available technologies and the balance between their utility and required investment
  • Develop new contacts in our dedicated networking sessions to facilitate greater partnering and co-operation between governmental organisations, industry and research bodies

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Military Radar - Bundle of 6 reports


Early-confirmed speakers:

  • Dr Clayton Stewart, Professor, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, UCL
  • Mr Asif Anwar, Director, Strategic Technologies Practice, Strategy Analytics
  • Professor Krzysztof Kulpa, Signal Processing Specialist, Institute of Electronical Engineering, University of Warsaw
  • Mr Mehmet Ayar, Director, Radar Systems Programmes, Turkish SSM
  • Dr Stephen Moore, Principal Radar Scientist, DSTL, UK MoD
  • Dr Matthew Ritchie, Research Associate, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, UCL
  • Mr Krishna Venkataraman, Radar Specialist, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Branch, DSTO, Australian Department of Defence
  • Dr Bill Dawber, Chief Scientist, Maritime Systems, QinetiQ
  • Dr Alessio Balleri, Sensors Group, Centre for Electronic Warfare, Cranfield University
  • Mr Ilias Konsoulas, Director, Maintenance, Hellenic Air Force
  • Mr Albert Huizing, Principal Scientist, Radar Technology, TNO
  • Brian Lihani, Deputy Chief, Aerospace Warning Branch, HQ NORAD
  • Dr Karl Erik Olsen, Head of Research Group & Principal Scientist, FFI Norway
  • Russell H. Wright, Director of Long Range Radar, Customs and Border Protection, US Office of Air and Marine
  • Reserved for Senior Officer, Netherlands Defence Material Organisation & Thales Nederlands
  • Dr Alexander Charlish, Research Group Leader, Sensor and Resources Management Department of Sensor Data and Information Fusion (SDF), Fraunhofer (FKIE)
  • Dr Bhashyam Balaji, Senior Research Scientist, Defence Research and Development Canada

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Source: ASDEvents
Date: Jun 10, 2016