Delivering Future Effect to Todays Radar Operators
Hypersonics and 5th generation fighters have changed the balance of power across Europe. With potential adversaries fielding new advanced capabilities, military radar operators across NATO are developing new systems to identify, track and monitor new threats to their airspace.
Over the 3 day Summit we will examine the latest advancements and initiatives in radar systems; assessing new developments in AI to develop cognitive radar systems, technical advances to enable passive and 3D phased array systems, and advanced target tracking innovations utilising Active and Passive Electronic Scanning Array and strategic challenges of airborne surveillance.
With sessions led by leading technical research institutes and strategists looking to deploy these new systems on operations, the Military Radar summit will continue to inform the future of Military Radar
2019 speakers Include:
Chief, Aerospace Warning Branch
Chief, Air and Missile Defence
US Army Europe
Military Professor of War Studies
Finnish National Defence University
Fraunhofer Institute for High Frequency Physics and Radar Techniques FHR
Air Battle Management-Weapons Control
Hellenic Air Force
Professor of the Technology College of National Defence University
Miklós Zrínyi National Defense University, Budapest, Hungary
Senior Scientist Radar Technology
Electronic Warfare, Radar and Military Communications Specialist
Associate Professor, School of Engineering & Physical Sciences; Sensors, Signals & Systems
Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering
"The summit provides a unique opportunity for military, industry and researchers to exchange opinions on current military radar requirements in a volatile and changing operational environment"
"The conference provided me with valuable insight into military requirements across the globe."
".A great experience for me’."
Top Reasons to Attend:
Hear directly from HQ NORAD on how they intend to deploy AWACS and airborne surveillance capabilities to counter future operational threat
Discover the critical advances in system capability making cognitive and passive radar deployments a reality of the next operating theatre
Develop autonomous systems in AESA radar to ensure systems remain operationally viable and capable against the next generation of airborne threat
Explore the challenges of operating in the clustered electro-magnetic spectrum ti ensure survivability against developed radar counter-operations
Military Radar: 2019 Trends and Acquisitions Report
The military radar space is dynamic, with nations from across the globe investing in the technology to meet threats present in their region. Ahead of this year’s Military Radar conference, Defence IQ have compiled this 2019 Trends & Acquisitions Report, to provide a comprehensive view of current investments and developments from solution providers in the military radar space.
5 key realities of countering drones in the radar sector
Defence IQ delved deeper into the reality of countering drones for the radar sector and asked Jens Lehmann, Senior Air Traffic Controller at the International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers' Associations and speaker at Military Radar 2018 to give his exclusive insight on the matter, from the current lack of technical solutions to the need to address this issue globally.