Military Radar 2019: Trends & Acquisitions Report
Ahead of the Military Radar conference 2019, Defence IQ has published its trends and acquisition report on military radar. The report brings to light the current investment strategies in military radar whilst also revealing procurement programmes and the latest developments from solution providers from across the globe.
The report covers some key elements of radar technology that include Airborne Early Warning Systems, Naval Surveillance and Fire Control Radar, Ground Based Radar and Passive and Quantum Radar.
Defence IQ gave an insight into the report when putting key nations and radar technology under the spotlight such as The U.S, Australia and Canada. They highlight that the US Coast Guard now have a “$31.8 million contract with Telephonics for the supply of OceanEye airborne surveillance radars” whilst Australia’s Navy is “focussing on acquiring CEAFAR-2L radars to upgrade its ANZAC-class frigates”. In terms of research investment and technological advancement, Canada’s University of Waterloo is “developing Quantum Radar as a result of a U.S$ 2.7 million investment by the Canadian Government”.
An exclusive insight into the speakers and their presentations ahead of this year’s conference is the final feature in the report; it outlines their strategy or radar technology developments in more depth and expands on the topics of their presentations giving exclusive insights. .
The 2019 Military Radar conference is dedicated to discovering the critical developments and latest requirements in radar systems & technology. The conference will have sessions led by leading research institutes, military personal and solution providers to deploy these systems in operation and will continue to inform the future of Military Radar for its 13th year running.
Within this report you will find many more procurement programmes, recent radar acquisitions and more countries under the spotlight. Click the link below to read the full report to gain full access the this free report.
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