Military Radar

22nd - 24th August 2017
Hilton London Olympia
380 Kensington High Street London W14 8NL United Kingdom
Defence IQ
Nishkala Thiru
+44 (0)2070361300

Radar is under siege. As the electromagnetic environment becomes ever more cluttered, military operators require agile and adaptive systems which take maximum advantage of multiple frequencies to deliver a clear operating picture. The adversaries are many. UAVs and stealth-based platforms are aided by advances in EW, a reality which places severe strain on legacy systems.
Join a senior speaker panel at Military Radar 2017 (22-24 August 2017, London, UK), as they identify a procurement strategy applicable to today’s threat-heavy environment. Keynote presenters include:
• Mr Russell Wright, Director, Long Range Radar, Customs and Border Protection, US Department of Homeland Security
• Mr Brian Lihani, Acting Chief, Aerospace Warning Branch, HQ NORAD
• Dr Boerge Torvik, Senior Scientist, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI)
• Mr Rui Casimiro, In-Service and Support Engineering Section Chief, NSPA
• Professor David Stupples, Professor of Systems Engineering, City University London
• Dr Alexander Charlish, Research Group Leader, Sensor and Resources Management Department of Sensor Data and Info Fusion, FKIE
• Dr William Wallace, Senior Scientist, QinetiQ
• Dr Mathini Sellathurai, Associate Professor, School of Engineering & Physical Sciences; Sensors, Signals & Systems, Heriot-Watt University
By attending this forum, you will be ideally placed to:
• Develop adaptive and autonomous systems that are rigorous enough to meet the minimal fail rates required by military operators, and continue to work towards the application of a truly cognitive radar system
• Explore how to leverage advances in signal processing that can help you to reduce clutter and identify emerging and low-frequency threats in a congested air space
• Discover the critical advances in ELINT and Electronic Warfare, and analyse how advances in passive systems and MIMO radar can be used to safeguard your capabilities against jamming and stealth technologies
• Understand how to implement a networked radar system, which takes maximum advantage of multiple capabilities to enhance domain awareness and increase the range of coverage
• Identify the operational requirements of advanced multi-system radars, and analyse their ability to provide your forces with cost-effective and integrated solutions that combine air defence, counter-battery and ESM capability, without the need for multiple connected platforms

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