Connecting the digital media community for two days of purposeful learning and networking, ad:tech is a marketplace for buying & selling; a forum for exchanging ideas; and an opportunity to contribute to industry trends & initiatives.
The event brings together leaders who are also doers shaping the industry: the exhibition presents progressive, innovative solutions and the conference features insights from high performing brand marketers.
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27th – 29th November 2012 – London, United Kingdom
Military Radar conference offers the most comprehensive and influential speaker panel of any event of its kind. Now in its 10th anniversary year, the event unites some of the world’s foremost military and industry radar experts to help you to achieve the most effective air, sea and land radar systems.
In the past year radar technology has continued to evolve rapidly. The next generation of radar technology such as AESA, multi-static, through-wall and dual band radar systems are now an operational reality driving new platform and retrofit development. In addition, the demand for radar technology allowing 360 degree real time battlespace awareness has continued to increase driving research, development and procurement in the military radar sector.
Military Radar investigates Airborne, Land-based and Maritime radar, enabling you to:
* Attain unrivalled insight to the current radar-reliant operations of the major military powers in Afghanistan and Libya. Briefings are given by the Royal Air Force, US Navy, US Air Force and many more.
* Increase your understanding of current and future radar industry programmes, with input from prime manufacturers such as Raytheon, Northrop Grumman, Thales, Selex, BAE Systems and QinetiQ. This is your chance to benefit from unprecedented access to primary industry
* Consider the implications and applications of technical defence research in the field from the UK Defence Science & Technology Laboratory (DSTL) and the US DoD Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and understand the ramifications before they affect your job
* Gain a head start in understanding the future of radar technology through briefings from world-class research establishments including TNO Defence, Security and Safety and Gdansk Technology Institute amongst others
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Building on the previous success of the Close Air Support series, the 2012 programme has been extended to provide unparalleled topic coverage. As well as the main two day conference, 2012 will see the addition of both a pre- and post-conference focus day. The pre-conference focus day will provide an opportunity to discuss “precision weaponry for the future threat environment” and the post conference focus day will explore how to “maximise simulation and training integrity”.
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