Contributing to Advances in Next Generation Radar Systems
Defence IQ’s Military Radar conference, now in its 10th year, is a firm fixture in the calendar of international military radar specialists. With a track record of attracting the key players in industry, procurement and development as well as providing feedback from military users, Military Radar 2012 is a valuable opportunity to learn about military radar systems, their integration onto platforms and their military applications.
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Pre-Conference Workshops: 27th November
DARPA looking to ultrafast lasers to create “super radar
The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has put out a call for assistance in creating an integrated network of radars through the use of ultrafast lasers, in what is being called a potential revolution for military surveillance. At present, individual ships carry radar that are invariably restricted in scope and limited in reliability, whereas the new project aims to pool all of the local radar into a single system, allowing previously unknown broad-range observation that can provide instant situational awareness to all units within the battlespace…
How the UK Royal Navy are rehauling radar for the modern era
Lieutenant Commander Mark Ruston, Requirements Manager at the UK Royal Navy, discusses his work on major developments within the radar field where British Forces are concerned, including 4G remediation and upgrades for the 997 radar on the Type-23 frigate “HMS Iron Duke”.
How Thales aim to build greater situational awareness with radar
Defence IQ talks to William Forrest, director for research and technology at Thales UK about how the new ultra-wide band technology from Thales will help build greater situational awareness, especially in urban conflict zones. William also discusses what the future of radar technology holds.
Developments in retrofitting for new radar platforms: Raytheon's viewpoint
Defence IQ talks to Arnie Victor, Director for Strategy and Business Development at Raytheon, about new developments in radar from the company and gives an insight into how the retrofit programme of the F-15 series is coming along.