Once again, the global strategic picture is characterised by great power competition. The ongoing war in Ukraine is hallmarked by a bitterly contested air domain. The need to achieve and sustain air superiority and supremacy is paramount.
Growing threats like Uninhabited Aerial Vehicles (UAV), advanced missiles and sophisticated electronic warfare tactics and techniques are pushing radar engineering to the limit. Fortunately, avantgarde technologies like artificial intelligence and quantum computing are emerging as potential solutions.
Our 2023 Military Radar Conference brings together senior leaders from the military, industry and academia all of whom are experts in their fields. The conference will address a wide range of debates including the small UAV threat, countering the menace of ballistic missile, and operating in increasingly contested and congested electromagnetic environments. Through extended networking and engagement opportunities with peers and technical experts from across the world, this year’s event promises a very real learning opportunity.
Attend Military Radar 2023 And:
Gain the unique operators’ perspective in order to better understand emerging requirements and operational challenges faced by military users.
Learn the latest insights from ongoing radar programmes from both technical experts and military capability planners at the cutting edge of radar innovation
Ensure safe operation of military and civilian aircraft coexistence in complex airspace through coordination to deconflict activity in the electromagnetic spectrum.
Understand how the latest developments in AI, cognitive and autonomous radar systems can enhance radar coverage whilst reducing demands on manpower.
The Joint Forum
The forum is co-located with our Directed Energy System Conference and Full Spectrum Air Defence Conference. Although the conference sessions will run independently, this will provide additional networking possibilities as well as an opportunity to sit in on sessions dealing with new technologies to counter the cost asymmetry on the battlefield in addition to incapacitating hypersonic threats.
"The summit provides a unique opportunity for military, industry and researchers to exchange opinions on current military radar requirements in a volatile and changing operational environment"
"The conference provided me with valuable insight into military requirements across the globe."
"A great experience for me"
Meet the Military Radar 2023 Speaker Panel
Dr Thomas Withington, Electronic Warfare, Radar and Military Communications Specialist, Consultant
Brigadier General Kazimierz Dynski, Chief of Air and Missile Defense Department, Polish Armed Forces
Brigadier General Frank Lozano, PEO Missiles and Space, United States Army
Group Captain John Booth, Commander, Battlespace Management Operations, Royal Air Force
Colonel Przemyslaw Jaworski, Chief - Team of the Integrated Air and Missile Defense Program, Armament Agency
Wing Commander Kevin Walton, SO1 Windfarm Mitigation, Air Capability Strategy, Royal Air Force
Prof Daniel W. O’Hagan, Head of the Passive Radar and Anti-Jamming Techniques Department, Fraunhofer FHR
Dr. Michael Brandfaß, Senior Expert Radar Systems, Hensoldt
Maxime Bagnoud, Senior Project Manager, Armasuisse
William Dawber, Chief Engineer, QinetiQ
Dr Daniel Clarke, Lecturer, Cranfield University
Dr Carmine Clemente, Researcher, University Strathclyde Glasgow
Dr. Matt Richie, Associate Professor Dept of Electronic & Electrical Eng Faculty of Engineering Science, University College London
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