Speed, Complexity, and Concealment: Accelerating Military Radar Development
Our 13th Annual Military Radar Conference
will provide a means 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. Advancing radar technology across the Military is critical, perhaps more than ever due to the widespread maturation of advanced UAV technology and ballistic missile threats. Large or small, it is imperative for the Military to advance and develop detection and overall Radar capabilities as future threats continue to grow in complexity and concealment.
Since the integration of radar technology into the Military environment in the 1930s, it has long since served as a tool to better detect and provide greater situational awareness. Leaders across the Services, Federal Government and Academia have worked tirelessly to improve and develop small target detection, sensor fusion, cognitive radar, SWAP-C, autonomous assets, survivability and resiliency that enable operational mission success.
Join our 13th Annual Military Radar Summit
for the unique opportunity to collaborate and network with key leaders, solutions provides, and subject matter experts across the radar community. Join our esteemed faculty as they provide updates on emerging acquisitions and procurements, roadmaps for future technology and integration, next-generation scientific capability, 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.
Topics we cover include:
- New platforms for advanced radar systems technology
- Updates for the Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensor (JLENS) System
- Budget oversight and limitations as related to radar development
- Air and Missile Defense Radar (AMDR)
- Upgrades in Military Radar for UAVs
- Electronic Warfare Updates and Next Generation Jammer (NGJ)
- Advancements in Ground Radar Technology
- Very Low SWaP-C Military Subsystems and Components
- Modernizing the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) Radar System
- Active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar advancements
- Mark Kitz, Chief Engineer, Program Executive Office for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare & Sensors (PEO IEW&S) | U.S. Army
- Dr. Braham Himed, Technical Adviser, Air Force Research Laboratory
- Dr. Brian Phelan, Senior Engineer, Army Research Laboratory
- Dr. Tom Rondeau, Program Manager | Microsystems Technology Office (MTO), DARPA
- Dr. Joseph R. Guerci, IEEE Fellow, IEEE Warren D. White Award, Chairman | 12th Military Radar Summit
- Bob Schneider, Technical Director, Defense Spectrum Organization, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)
- Roger Gross, Counsellor Defence Materiel (CONDMAT), Department of Defence of Australia
- Ram Narayanan, Professor of Electrical Engineering | Radar and Communications Lab Group, Pennsylvania State University
- Thomas Karako, International Security Program and Director, Missile Defense Project, Center for Strategic and International Studies
- Kelly Sherbondy, Team Leadert, Army Research Laboratory
- Dr. Frank N. Kautzmann, III, Ph.D., Litt.D., President, Chairman, CEO & Chief Scientist Company | Real Data Inc.org, Member | Sigma Xi, The Science Research Honor Society
- Lieutenant-Colonel Gustavo, Command & Control Section, Chief of Staff of the Brazilian Air Force
- Eric Kutner, Advisory Board Member, Rutgers Center of Excellence, National Security Policy Advisor
- Dr. Matthew J. Brandsema, Research Associate, Penn State Applied Research Laboratory
- Tom Driscoll, CTO & Co-Founder, Echodyne
- Brian Watson, Chief Technology Officer, Research Development and Engineering Solutions, Information Systems Laboratories
- Dr. Jeffrey Krolik, Strategic Technology Office (STO) Program Manager, DARPA
- Terry Menteer, Sensor and Radar Program Manager, Aviation Materiel Readiness, U.S. Customs and Border Protection | DHS
- Richard Booth, Executive Director, AMO, U.S. Customs and Border Protection | DHS
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