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Securing Domain Awareness with Innovative Radar from Emerging Ground, Air and Maritime Threats From cutting edge research, to current customer needs and activities, Military Radar delivers a one-of-a-kind learning and networking experience.1. Be ...
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Past Attendee Snapshot
Take a look at the industry professionals that attended last year - you can expect to see similar people this year! Don’t miss your opportunity to meet face-to-face with these decision-makers.
Current Attendee Snapshot
Now in its twelth year, IQPC is proud to once again host the Military Radar Summit this March 12-14, 2019 in Washington, D.C. Get a better understanding of the experts and industry professionals who are set to join us at this year's event, including Chief Scientists, Directors, Lieutenants, Managers, Principal...
A Look at the Latest Technologies Advancing Military Radar (Worth $1.73 B)
Ahead of the summit, we took an in-depth look at the latest radar technologies that are worth roughly $1.73 billion. Download this report to learn about the latest technological developments and for a breakdown of the $1.73 billion in funding. Highlighted technologies include:Sensor FusionOpen ArchitecturesWide-band Millimeter WaveMoving Target IndicationGround Penetrating...
Everything You Need to Know About the DoD's $3.7 Billion Budget for Radar in FY19
As radar continues to be the largest area of growth for military electronics, we created an in-depth breakdown of how the FY19 Department of Defense budget will impact military radar initiatives.The 2019 DoD budget calls for 57 radar line items totaling about $3.70 billion.
Principles of Modern Radar: Advanced Techniques
Principles of Modern Radar: Advanced Techniques is a professional reference for practicing engineers, including Joseph R. Guerci that provides a stepping stone to advanced practice with in-depth discussions of the most commonly used advanced techniques for radar design. It will also serve advanced radar academic and training courses with a...
Widening Threat Environment Drives Global Military Radar Market
The need for increased capability to spot and identify enemy air, land and sea targets, while also upgrading the ability to detect incoming enemy aircraft, missiles or drones are expected to spark growth in the global military radar market over the next 10 years. This piece speaks to where how...
2018 Military Radar e-Magazine
From our last iteration of the Military Radar Summit, the Third annual Military Radar E-Magazine. We have put together some of the most thought provoking articles and interviews on Military Radar including, Army IBCS Missile Defense System Tracks Jets Despite Jamming and NORAD’s Perspective on Radar, a personal letter from...
Past Presentation Packet
In preparation for Military Radar 2019, we wanted to exclusively share these past presentations with you. Below you will find expert content on:Next Generation Sensors Employing Wideband, Agile, Multi-Function Capabilities And Technologies : Jerald Nespor, Chief Engineer/ Senior Radar Fellow, Lockheed MartinMachine Learning for Radar Detection and Cognition: Dr. Kevin...
Waveform Design in Cognitive Radar
Dr. Ram Narayanan, IEEE Fellow and Professor, Pennsylvania State University, presents on:Implications to radar spectrum sharingEnhancing spectral, power, and weight efficiency of applicationsIncorporating RF communications and radar functionalities into a single platform
Spectrum Sharing: Effecting Radar Design, Acquisition and more
Troy Orwan, DoD CIO, Spectrum Policy & International Engagements, presents on: Challenges to maintain its technological and operational advantages over nearpeer adversariesDoD’s strategy shift from the static and unresponsive allocation processes to more flexible and dynamic sharing processes
Multi-Domain Sensing Autonomy and Future Directions in Radar
William Baldygo, Chief, Multi-Domain Sensing Autonomy Division, Sensors Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory, presents on:Excellent signal integrityHighly scalable embedded processing blocksOperating efficiently and effectively
A Review of Russian Electronic Warfare Strategy and Tactics
Samuel Bendett, Research Analyst, Russia Studies Program, Center for Naval Analysis, presents a review of Russian electronic warefare tactics.
Next Generation Sensors Employing Multi-Function Capabilities
Jerald Nespor, Chief Engineer/ Senior Radar Fellow, Lockheed Martin, presents on next generation sensors in military radar.
Inside Military Radar at DARPA with Roy Olsson
In this interview from a previous iteration of the Military Radar Summit, Dr. Roy (Troy) Olsson, Program Manager in the Microsystems Technology Office at DARPA, sheds light on the challenges faced at DARPA, where efforts are currently focused, how Adaptive RF Technologies translate into a military situation, the development of...
Exclusive Interview with Dr. Joe Guerci
We sat down with Dr. Joseph R. Guerci, Chairman of the 12th Military Radar Summit, and asked him his thoughts on the future of Radar. Take a look at his thought provoking answers here.