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Military Radar 2012 Conference
Contributing to Advances in Next Generation Radar Systems

27 November, 2012 - 29 November, 2012, London, United Kingdom

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Our Military Radar conference, now in its 10th year, is a firm fixture in the calendar of international military radar specialists. With a track record of attracting the key players in industry, procurement and development as well as providing feedback from military users, Military Radar 2012 is a valuable opportunity to learn about military radar systems, their integration onto platforms and their military applications.

Attend the 10th Annual Military Radar to:

  • Meet military radar users and gain unique insights from the operator perspective on the latest radar systems across land, air and sea domains. Hear first hand what works, what doesn’t and how you can help meet military radar requirements
  • Updates on the latest developments in radar. Gain a complete picture from t/r modules and low cost multisensors to GMTI computational linguistic methods and data fusion. Meet leading industry and research figures engaged in producing radar systems and share your solutions
  • Hear the challenges of prime manufacturers with presentations from ASELSAN, Selex Galilio, Raytheon and BAE Systems. These leading contracts provide a great opportunity for Tier 2 providers from whom they source over 50 % of their components
  • Gain insight into the future of military radar systems. From changing requirements and technological progress in semi-conductor materials (GaN, GaAs, Si1−xGex, InP) to advances in data processing. For the most in-depth insights take part in the workshop on Mm-Wave and MIMO Radar

Pre-Conference Workshops: 27th November:

  • Millimeter Wave Radar (09:00-12:30)
    Chair: Dr Andy Stove, Radar Consultant, Thales UK
  • MIMO Military Applications: Diversity Means Superiority (14:00-17:00)
    Chair: Dr Stephen Moore, Radar Team Leader, Joint Systems Department, DSTL


“Military Radar provides an excellent forum to interface with worldwide operational users and radar professionals to gain better understanding of radar capability needs and emerging radar trends to meet these needs.”
Arnie Victor, Director, Strategy and Business Development, Raytheon

“Very high level. A good mix. For me Military Radar is valuable as it’s an introduction to the environment and what’s hot right now”
Rune Skreiberg, Royal Norwegian Air Force

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    Military Radar conference offers the most comprehensive and influential speaker panel of any event of its kind. Each year the conference enables you to:

    • Gain Global viewpoints: Previous delegates from a broad range of nations including the UK, USA, Canada, Sweden, Netherlands and many more have made presentations at the conference, bringing you up to date with their current approaches and programmes
    • Hear operational feedback: From military groups including the Royal Air Force, US Air Force and Swedish Defence College allowing you to learn the experiences of end users
    • Get insight into cutting edge research: Achieve deeper understanding of the radar technology that will affect you and your colleagues today and tomorrow from defence research agencies and world-class academic establishments
    • Investigate industry programmes: Hear from global heavyweights in the military radar business. Previous participants have included Raytheon, Northrop Grumman, Saab and QinetiQ – understand their programmes current progress

    Venue & Accommodation

    76 Portland Place
    London W1B 1NT
    +44 (0)20 7470 4884
    +44 (0)20 7470 4931

    Travel and accommodation are not included in the conference fee; however we have put together a HotelMap that displays discounted accommodation for hotels in the area near to 76 Portland Place. The map displays live availability and allows you to book directly with each hotel:

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    The agenda is available as PDF under downloads.


    Key Insights from:


    • Colonel Werner Nemetschek, Chief of Staff, E3A Component, NATO
    • Squadron Leader Dave Smathers, Plans and Exercises, 8 Squadron, RAF
    • Lieutenant Commander Mark Ruston, Requirements Manager, Maritime Technical Demonstrators, MOD Abbeywood
    • Lieutenant Commander Ton de Kleijn, Head of section sensor technology, DMO Netherlands
    • Capitaine de frégate Hugues de Préval, HORIZON Programme, French Navy
    • Ya Lun Li, Radar Branch, Mission Systems Evaluation Division (PAX River), US Navy
    • Naziha Degroote, Programme Manager, COBRA, OCCAR

    Defence Research

    • Dr Stephen Moore, Radar Team Leader, Joint Systems Department, DSTL
    • Dr. Bhashyam Balaji, Defence Scientist, DRDC
    • Representative, Electronics and Radar Development Establishment, Defence Research & Development Organisation
    • Dr Mathini Sellathurai, Reader in Digital Communications and Signal Processing, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, MoD University Defence Research Centre
    • Professor Hugh Griffiths, Thales/Royal Academy of Engineering Chair of RF Sensors, University College London
    • Dr Duncan Robertson, Research Fellow, Millimetre Wave & High-Field ESR Group, University of St Andrews
    • Professor Sergio Saponara, Department of Information Engineering, University of Pisa
    • Professor Konstantin Lukin, Head of Department, Institute of Radio physics and Electronics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
    • Dr Pier Francesco Sammartino, MIMO Subject Matter Expert, Independent Consultant

    Industry Leaders

    • Dr. Wim van Rossum, Senior Radar Scientist, TNO
    • Dr Andy Stove, Radar Consultant Thales UK
    • Dr Alpay Erdoğan, Manager, Air Defense Radars Programs, Aselsan
    • Dr Mark Smith, Radars Capabilities Manager, Selex Galileo
    • William G. Stuart, Chief Engineer (Euroradar), SELEX Galileo
    • Arnold Victor, Director, Strategy & Business Development in Tactical Airborne Systems, Raytheon
    • Dr Miroslaw Sankowski, Deputy Director, Bumar Electronics
    • Tomasz Rutkowski, Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering, Bumar Electronics
    • Peter Tait, Head of Non Co-operative Target Recognition, Radar Stream, BAE Systems Maritime Services
    • Nigel Stansfield, Head of RF Research and Technology, Seeker Division, MBDA

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    Event details

    Defence IQ
    27 November, 2012
    29 November, 2012
    76 Portland Place
    United Kingdom


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