||Radar, in its continuous technological evolution
and in the diversity of its uses, continues to be
a fundamental element both in the civil and
military field, in all operational environments:
air, naval, land and space. Obviously, the systems
must evolve taking into account on one hand the
evolution of scenarios and operational needs and
on the other hand the available technologies while
pushing research to maintain an indispensable
The Rome Chapter of AFCEA International has
decided to organize a new event on the evolution
of radar systems in the national context in order
to focus on some important developments in the
design of new radar systems and in the improvement
of existing ones; developments related both to the
technological evolution and to the new operational
scenarios that require an increasingly favorable
cost-effectiveness ratio and a greater attention
to the concepts of scalability, adaptability to
different platforms and environments.
All aspects of technological evolution will be
analyzed, such as the digitization of the various
subsystems to increase the target discovery
capabilities, TBM and, by extension, BMD
functions, the optimal management of the e.m.
spectrum, the ability to resist noise and cyber
attacks, via network and over the air, the SST/SSA
capabilities for the surveillance of outer space.
As an element of absolute importance should also
be considered the ability to neutralize the
counterpart radars (jammers) and the possible
integration with radar systems.
The event will be attended by Italian Defence and