Our partners at Defence IQ sat down with ERA’s Commercial Director Ondřej Chlost and Simulation Production Manager Martin Zach to discuss future air defense, simulation technologies and next-generation surveillance solutions.
Part 2 of Defence IQ's conversation with ERA's Commercial Director, Ondřej Chlost, on the ideal radar combination to tackle future air threats.
Increasing capabilities of the Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)
Presentation by Lieutenant-Colonel Gustavo, Officer, Command & Control Section, Chief of Staff of the Brazilian Air Force
By Ram Narayanan, Professor of Electrical Engineering | Radar and Communications Lab Group, Pennsylvania State University
Presentation by Richard Booth, Executive Director of the Air & Marine Operations Center, AMO, DHS
Presentation by Roger Gross, Counsellor Defence Materiel (CONDMAT), Department of Defence of Australia
Presentation by Dr. Tom Rondeau, Program Manager | Microsystems Technology Office (MTO), DARPA
The global threat landscape is changing. In between the proliferation of UAVs/small drones and the looming threat of hypersonic weapons, advancing radar technology across the military is critical, perhaps now more than ever.
Ahead of the upcoming Military Radar Summit this January, we took a look at the DoD’s FY20 budget to identify where the services are investing when it comes to advancing small target detection, sensor fusion, cognitive radar, SWAP-C, autonomous assets, survivability and resiliency to enable improved mission success. DOWNLOAD our latest Budget Highlights infographic to see what we found out.
What you’ll learn:
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:
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 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 complete set of problems for students as well as solutions for instructors.