Radar remains the critical sensor for many militaries and their platforms around the world. Which emerging technologies will provide the right capability enhancements in the future?
Learn about military radar systems, their integration onto platforms, and their defence applications at Military Radar 2013 and stay ahead of the curve.
DefenceIQ’s Military Radar conference is a firm fixture in the calendar of international military radar specialists. Attracting the key players in industry, procurement, and development as well as providing first hand feedback from operational users, Military Radar 2013 is an unrivalled opportunity. This year’s conference will explore the very latest developments along with more military participation than ever before.
By attending Military Radar 2013 you will:
- Be informed about the latest radar technologies and their military applications
- Gain first hand accounts of the experiences of military radar operators, and their future requirements
- Learn about the move towards multi mission radars that that eliminate the need for several sensors
- Hear about cutting edge developments made by defence research agencies, including DSTL, DRDC, and TNO
- Discover the challenges faced by leading contractors in developing their solutions and getting them to market
- Understand force transformation and strategic considerations impacting the radar community
The agenda is available to download now – our esteemed speaker panel includes:
- Colonel Vladimir Barca, Commander 25th Air Defence Brigade, Czech Army
- Commander Ton de Kleijn, Head of Sensor Technology, Netherlands’ DMO
- 849 Naval Air Squadron, Sea King Mk7 ASaC & CROWSNEST project, Royal Navy
- Dr Wim van Rossum, AWARD UAV Project, TNO
- Dr Stephen Moore, Principal Radar Scientist, DSTL
- Dr Bhashyam Balaji, Senior Research Scientist, DRDC
- Commander (ret’d) Pontus Djerf, SAAB EDS
- Robert Austin, General Dynamics Canada
- Frank Bernhardt, Cassidian
Download the agenda now to learn more.
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