Speed, Complexity, and Concealment: Accelerating Military Radar Development
Our Military Radar Summit
, now in its 13th successful year, will once again provide the essential platform to discuss the ongoing efforts to advance detection and survivability capabilities for radar technology in support of emerging US National security priorities and battlefield overmatch.
The ongoing proliferation of next-generation missile and hypersonic threats, to include the rapidly increasing instances of UAV and UAS threats, leadership across the Armed Services is poised to leverage advanced radar and sensor solutions that address these future challenges. Our senior level faculty can speak to how the ongoing development of radar and sensor technologies will meet these emerging threats.
Leadership across the Services have routed radar development to focus on advancing small target detection, sensor fusion, cognitive radar, SWAP-C, autonomous assets, survivability and resiliency to enable improved mission success. Our previous iteration offered senior-level understanding across these trends, and our 2020 summit will revisit and update them, while also focusing on new areas such as AI and ML for improved radar, ongoing service-wide sensor efforts, hypersonic detection and more.
Join Our Military Radar Summit 2020
for the unique opportunity to collaborate and network with key leaders, solutions providers, and subject matter experts across the radar community. Attend our summit not only for the chance to guide your professional radar understanding and development aligned with Military priorities, but also to network and benchmark your solutions with the Military Services, Federal Government, and DoD, sharing their next-generation radar roadmaps, acquisition priorities, future technology priorities, and much more!
- Better Understanding on military and government needs and processes for acquisition, in order to secure the bid.
- Discover New Emerging Technologies and innovative strategies, improving interoperability and radar capabilities to enhance operation efficiencies.
- Test New Technologies during our Demo Drive, evaluate and analyze new technology to advance operations.
- Hear from key thought leaders in the Radar community including the latest challenges and requirements for the next generation of radar technology
- Join Our Technical Training Day to get an inside perspective and learn more about cognitive radar, spectrum challenges and supporting domain awareness.
Military Radar Chairman
- Dr. Joseph R. Guerci, IEEE Fellow, IEEE Warren D. White Award, Chairman | 13th Military Radar Summit
- James A. Faist, Director of Defense Research and Engineering for Advanced Capabilities, Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, OSD
- Frederick Moorefield, Acting Principal Director to the Deputy CIO for C4IIC, DoD CIO
- Christian Keller, Project Manager, Sensors Aerial Intelligence, PEO IEW&S
- Brian "Bear" Lihani, Chief, Aerospace Warning Branch, Headquarters, NORAD
- Torreon N. Creekmore, PhD, R&D Program Manager, Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA)
- Lt Col Colin Hanson, Squadron Commander, 704 TG Det 1/CC (NRTF)
- Brian Phelan, PhD, Senior Electronics Engineer, Army Research Laboratory
- Ian Atkins, Director of Spectrum Strategy and Policy, Federal Aviation Administration
- Muralidhar Rangaswamy, Ph.D., Fellow IEEE, Technical Lead for Radar Sensing, Air Force Research Laboratory Sensors Directorate, AFRL/RYMD
- Ann Marie Raynal, Ph.D., ISR Analysis & Applications, Sandia National Laboratories
- Guna Seetharaman, PhD, FIEEE, ST, Navy Senior Scientist for Advanced Computing Concepts / Navy Chief Scientist for Computation, Naval Research Laboratory
- Thomas Karako, International Security Program and Director, Missile Defense Project, Center for Strategic and International Studies
- Jeffrey Edmonds, Research Scientist, Center for Naval Analyses (CNA)
- Trac Tran, PhD, Professor, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, The Johns Hopkins University
- Dr. Nathan Goodman, Director, Advanced Radar Research Center, The University of Oklahoma
- Ram Narayanan, Professor of Electrical Engineering | Radar and Communications Lab Group, Pennsylvania State University
- Nicholas A. O'Donoughue, PhD, Senior Engineer, Signal Processing Expert, RAND Corporation
Pre-Conference Focus Day - January 29, 2020
Main Conference - January 30-31, 2020
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VenueHilton Alexandria Mark Center
5000 Seminary Rd, 22311
Alexandria, VA, USAWebsite
Located five miles from Washington, DC and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center sits near a serene lake and botanical preserve. Enjoy world-class amenities including 55,000 sq. ft. of indoor-outdoor meeting space and the award-winning Finn & Porter restaurant. Make the hotel your home away from home as you bask in the joy and comfort of the furnishings of their comfortable rooms, conveniently equipped with WiFi access and Direct TV.
The special room rate of $181 has been established to make your reservation process easy. Simply call 703-845-1010 and give the group name IQPC. You must make your reservation no later than January 7th, 2020. For your convenience, the special rate has been extended to three days before and after the conference.Please note:
We will never recommend, approve or appoint any third party rooming service to act on our behalf. Please be extremely wary if you are approached by any such companies. We will always endeavor to negotiate the best available rates for you so please use the Hotel's website link provided.