Find out about latest technological advancements and program updates in the radar community
At this years Military Radar Summit, you will have the opportunity to connect with DHS, DoD, academia and industry representatives within the radar community. It will present new developments for government and military funded radar programs with details on the latest capability requirements.
You will also gain insight into the governmentís roadmap for acquisitions and requirements to fulfill their radar operational requirments. Furthermore, you will gain an in-depth understanding of end user needs for new and emerging radar systems.
Building on last years' success, we are looking to build on this excellent turnout through innovative sessions and speakers for 2013. Topics include acquisition priorities for ground based radar, improving network centric warfare, the development of spectrum management and SAR and the differences of DHS and DoD radar requirements.
Major topics of discussion include:
- Acquisition priorities for ground based radar and how to track funded government programs
- How to enhance missile defense and synthetic aperture radar application on UAV and air born platforms
- What is the total cost of operation for radar systems and how to decrease it
All New For 2013:
- Donít miss our OEM Panel Discussion on the industryís direction and the total cost of operation for radar systems
- Join our strongly anticipated focus day on standardization and open architecture for radar
- Network with your peers and encourage partnerships with academia, second tier contractors, the military and the major primes in the radar market
Great information on leading edge of Radar Design, current and future concepts.
Electronic Engineer, CERDEC
I was very pleasantly surprised. This is one good gathering. Informative, friendly, and efficient. Has high networkability!
Principal Technologist, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Very good conference. Interesting topics, question and answer was good. Maybe more access to speakers after sessions (dedicated discussion room).
Dir Ant Tech, Cobham
Who Will Attend Military Radar 2013
Our 6th Annual Military Radar Summit is a forum on the challenges, requirements and potential solutions for the development and deployment of radar systems. You will have the unique opportunity to interact and network with a close-knit community of military, government, academic, and private sector leaders with job functions such as:
- Radar Project Managers
- Radar Analysts
- Directors Surveillance Systems
- Advanced Technology Managers
- Ground Based Radar Directors
- Electrical Engineers
- Electronic Engineers
- Software Engineers
- Systems Engineers
- Chief Scientist Sensors
- Director of Radar Systems
- Director for Sensor Systems
- Senior Electronics Engineers
- Chief Design Engineers
- Sensor Systems Engineers
- Chief Technology Officers
Venue & Accommodation
Ronald Reagan Building
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, District of Columbia
20004, United States
The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center is the largest building (3.1 million square feet) in Washington, DC, and is owned by the U.S. General Services Administration. As the first and only federal building dedicated to both government and private use, the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center has been mandated by Congress to bring together the countryís best public and private resources to create a national forum for the advancement of trade. In addition, the building houses a premier conference and event center, executive office space, ample meeting and event facilities, dining opportunities and coordinates entertainment and programming.
SLEEPING ROOM ACCOMMODATIONS: Please note that we have not established a room block although there are several nearby hotels. Please visit the below link for a listing.
- CAPT Chris Bartz, Office of C4 and Sensors Capabilities COMDT (CG-76), US Coast Guard
- David J. Buck, Prooduct Manager, Radar Systems, PM MC-3, US Marine Corps
- Dr. Stephen Sekelsky, Director of Weapons and Sensor Systems Engineering, Lockheed Martin
- John Carroll, Electronic Engineer, National Telecommunication and Information Adiministration, Department of Commerce
- Dr. Reggie Brothers, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research, Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD R&D)
- Ken Francois GS-15, DAF, Program Manager and Branch Chief, Space Fence AFLCMC/HBQB Hanscom AFB
- Jeremy Graham, Program Manager, GOTCHA II Testbed, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Air Force Research Laboratory
- Russell Wright, Program Director, Long Range Radar Joint Program Office, Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
- Bruce Wallace, Fellow IEEE, DARPA Strategic Technology Office (STO)
- Robert Sole, Electronic Engineer, National Telecommunication and Information Adiministration, Department of Commerce
- Dr. Peter Moo, Group Leader, Multifunction Radar, DRDC Defence Research and Development Canada
- Dr. Charles Baylis, Assistant Professor and Co-Director, Wireless and Microwave Circuits and Systems (WMCS) Program, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Baylor University
- Dr. David M. Zasada, Senior Principal Sensor Systems Engineer, MITRE
- J. Garcia-Frias, Professor, University of Delaware
- Franz Busse Ph.D., Professor, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
- R.E. Lee Bond, Ground/Air Task-Oriented Radar (G/ATOR) Program Ma, USMC
- Dr. Joseph R. Guerci, IDGA Advisory Board Member, IEEE Fellow and Warren D. White Award Recipient
- Dr. Eli Brookner, Principal Engineering Fellow, Raytheon and Recipient, IEEE Dennis J. Picard Medal for Radar Technologies and Applications
- Dr. Adam Razavian, Deputy Major Program Manager, PEO, Integrated Warfare Systems, Department of the Navy Research, Development and Acquisition
- Bob Schneider, Defense Spectrum Organization (DSO), Chief, Spectrum Enterprise Services Division (OS3), Joint Spectrum Center
- Dr. Robert Bonneau, Program Manager, Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR)