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  1. 1. www.MilitaryRadarSummit.com • 1-800-882-8684 • idga@idga.org1 MILITARY RADAR SUMMIT 2016 9TH ANNUAL Presents: REGISTER EARLY TO SAVE UP TO $400 • Improving small target detection and UAV radar capabilities • Expanding radar reach in the arctic circle www.MilitaryRadarSummit.com • 1-800-882-8684 • idga@idga.org Introducing our participating prime contractors:Sponsors: DETERMINING REQUIREMENTS FOR FUTURE RADAR CAPABILITIES INTRODUCING OUR CHAIRPERSON AND SPECIAL ADVISOR: ADVANCING DETECTION AND DEFENSE AGAINST OUR NATION’S GREATEST THREATS LTG (R) Richard Formica Former Commanding General, USASMDC/ARSTRAT U.S. Army Dr. Joseph R. Guerci IEEE Fellow, IEEE Warren D. White Award, IEEE Brian Lihani Deputy Chief Aerospace Warning Branch NORAD Stephen Dunyk Radar Systems Technical Director/Chief Architect Lockheed Martin Tony Ponsford Site Technical Director Raytheon • Enabling features and capabilities of Cognitive RF • The latest advancements in electronic warfare capabilities Dr. Guerci has over 30 years of experience in advanced technology research and development in government, industrial, and academic settings. His government service included a 7 year term with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in which he held the positions of Program Manager, Deputy Office Director, and finally Director of the Special Projects Office (SPO). In these capacities, Dr. Guerci was involved in the inception, research, development, execution, and ultimately transition of next generation multidisciplinary technologies. February 29-March 2, 2016 • Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel • 900 S Orme St., Arlington, VA
  2. 2. www.MilitaryRadarSummit.com • 1-800-882-8684 • idga@idga.org2 PRIORITIZING CRITICAL RADAR INITIATIVES EXPANDING CAPABILITIES OF EXISTING RADAR RESOURCES VIA MODULAR UPGRADES • Increasing functionality and processing power while limiting size • Designing attachments that advance older systems with modern capabilities DEVELOPMENTS IN MULTI INPUT MULTI OUTPUT RADAR • Enhancements in dynamic range and arbitrary wave form generators • Feeding data to a smart phone based system by UAV, Ground Robotics, and movement detectors ARCTIC CIRCLE DOMAIN AWARENESS • Incorporation of ground radar assets and utilization of corporate maritime resources • Expanding range, accuracy, and detection of trespassing foreign deployment MANAGING THE UNPREDICTABILITY OF THE IONOSPHERE • Advancements in algorithms and technologies that account for ionosphere behavior • Developments in understanding the ionosphere’s interaction with radar MIGRATING FROM TRADITIONAL MANNED SYSTEMS TO UNMANNED SWARMS • Developments in small target detection for land, sea, and air • Improving UAV payload size, range, and capability INTER SECTOR SPECTRUM INTEROPERABILITY • Improvements in waveforms, data compression, and frequencies • Spectrum sharing across commercial and government sectors COMBATING FOREIGN CAPABILITIES • Designing a stealth platform that is impervious to existing detection capabilities • Increasing resiliency against electronic attack DETECTING THREATS ALONG THE NATION’S BORDERS • Utilization of LYNX AR and Predator platforms • Bringing cutting edge radar and intelligence capabilities to maturity EXPANDING PAYLOAD CAPABILITIES • Designing high performance radar assets that are compatible with next gen platforms • Achieving simultaneous electronic warfare and stealth capabilities
  3. 3. www.MilitaryRadarSummit.com • 1-800-882-8684 • idga@idga.org3 SPEAKERS AT A GLANCE USASMDC/ARSTRAT conducts space and missile defense operations and provides planning, integration, control and coordination of Army forces and capabilities in support of U.S. Strategic Command missions (strategic deterrence, integrated missile defense, and space operations); serves as the Army force modernization proponent for space, high altitude and global missile defense; serves as the Army operational integrator for global missile defense; and conducts mission-related research and development in support of Army Title 10 responsibilities. www.army.mil/info/organization/unitsandcommands/commandstructure/smdc/ LTG (R) Richard Formica Former Commanding General, USASMDC/ ARSTRAT U.S. Army Lockheed Martin stands as one of the world’s premier companies in the aerospace, defense, security, and technologies industry; it is the world’s largest defense contractor based on revenue for fiscal year 2014. In 2013, 78% of Lockheed Martin’s revenues came from military sales; it topped the list of US federal government contractors and received nearly 10% of the funds paid out by the Pentagon. In 2009 US government contracts accounted for $38.4 billion (85%), foreign government contracts $5.8 billion (13%), and commercial and other contracts for $900 million (2%). www.lockheedmartin.com/us.html Stephen Dunyk Radar Systems Technical Director/ Chief Architect Lockheed Martin DARPA explicitly reaches for transformational change instead of incremental advances. But it does not perform its engineering alchemy in isolation. It works within an innovation ecosystem that includes academic, corporate and governmental partners, with a constant focus on the Nation’s military Services, which work with DARPA to create new strategic opportunities and novel tactical options. For decades, this vibrant, interlocking ecosystem of diverse collaborators has proven to be a nurturing environment for the intense creativity that DARPA is designed to cultivate. www.darpa.mil Dr. Roy Olsson Program Manager Microsystems Technology Office DARPA The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) is a United States and Canada bi-national organization charged with the missions of aerospace warning and aerospace control for North America. Aerospace warning includes the detection, validation, and warning of attack against North America whether by aircraft, missiles, or space vehicles, through mutual support arrangements with other commands. www.norad.mil/AboutNORAD.aspx Brian Lihani Deputy Chief Aerospace Warning Branch Raytheon Company is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, civil government and cybersecurity markets throughout the world. With a history of innovation spanning 92 years, Raytheon provides state-of-the-art electronics, mission systems integration and other capabilities in the areas of sensing; effects; and command, control, communications and intelligence systems; as well as a broad range of mission support services. www.raytheon.com/ourcompany/ Tony Ponsford Site Technical Director Raytheon The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) invests in high-risk, high- payoff research programs to tackle some of the most difficult challenges of the agencies and disciplines in the Intelligence Community (IC). www.iarpa.gov Dr. Chris Reed Program Manager Athena, GHO, HFGeo, SLiCE IARPA New Perspective New Perspective New Perspective New Perspective Returning Perspective Returning Perspective
  4. 4. www.MilitaryRadarSummit.com • 1-800-882-8684 • idga@idga.org4 MILITARY RADAR SUMMIT 2015 9TH ANNUAL February 29-March 2, 2016 • Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel 900 S Orme St., Arlington, VA Dear Military Radar Stakeholder: There is no question we live in increasingly challenging times. This increasing hostility and changing international relationships means that it’s more important now than ever that we are substantially increasing our detection capabilities of foreign assets great and small. UAV’s are becoming an asset that nearly every nation possesses and we must improve not only their capabilities but our ability to detect them. In the Radar arena every new technology is critical and every second counts. Despite the remaining specter of sequestration, our top minds and agencies in military radar have been tasked with improving small target detection, SWAP-C, resiliency to electronic warfare, interference management, modular upgrades, and autonomous radar assets. In order to accomplish this, the military has put out a number of significant RFPs and requirements. It will take a seamless collaboration of the top agencies, OEMs, military branches, and contractors to achieve these goals. In light of this state of affairs, this year’s Military Radar Summit brings together key stakeholders that work in this space to collaborate and strategize for 2016. This year’s program will provide you with everything you need to make a plan to improve your radar resiliency, catch up to foreign developments, implement the newest scientific capabilities, overcome functional challenges, and upgrade your existing resources. Don’t miss the opportunity to be a key player in solving your division’s greatest challenges at Military Radar Summit 2016! Very Respectfully, Trevor Sosvielle Program Director IDGA ·· ACI Technologies ·· Aeroflex Plainview ·· Air Force Research Laboratory ·· Airbus Defence & Space ·· Andro Computational Solutions ·· Arete Associates ·· ASELSAN AS ·· ASELSAN AS ·· Aveillant, Ltd. ·· Brilligent Solutions, Inc. ·· Cambridge Instruments ·· CGI Federal ·· Colorado Engineering ·· Compunetics, Inc. ·· CPI ·· DARPA/IPTO ·· Analyst ·· Applications Engineer ·· Assistant Defense Attache ·· Associate Vice President ·· Business Area Manager ·· Business Development Director ·· Business Development Manager ·· Business Leader ·· Capability Manager ·· Chief Operating Officer ·· Chief Technology Officer ·· Defense Business Development Director ·· Defense Spectrum Organization (DSO), Chief ·· Deputy Chief, Aerospace Warning Branch ·· Defence Research & Development Canada - Suffield ·· Defense Technology Security Administration ·· Dielectric Laboratories ·· First RF Corporation ·· FLIR Systems ·· Freescale ·· General Dynamics C4 Systems ·· IET/SciTech Publishing ·· Joint Spectrum Center ·· KEYW Corporation ·· Kongsberg Gallium ·· Lockheed Martin ·· ManTech International Corp. ·· Deputy Director of Business Development ·· Design Lead ·· Director ·· Director of Advanced Programs ·· Director of Business Development ·· Director of Engineering Solutions ·· Director of Ground Radar ·· Director of Program Management ·· Director of R&D ·· Director of Sales ·· Director, Card P.S. Don’t miss our Workshop Day which will take a deep dive look at tech accelerators for current radar initiatives! KEY ORGANIZATIONS THAT ATTEND KEY TITLES THAT ATTEND
  5. 5. www.MilitaryRadarSummit.com • 1-800-882-8684 • idga@idga.org5 WORKSHOP DAY 0800 Registration 0845 Chairperson Welcome and Opening Remarks Dr. Joseph R. Guerci IEEE Fellow, IEEE Warren D. White Award IEEE 0900 WORKSHOP A: Challenges & Demos for a Wideband, Multi-Channel, Phased Array, P-Band Foliage Penetrating Radar ·· Developing multi channel adaptive pre distortion methods that will work within the context of multi channel phased array systems ·· Waveform design and limitations ·· Optimization based wave form design for beam forming Mark Yeary Presidential Professor University of Oklahoma 1030 Morning Networking & Refreshment Break 1045 WORKSHOP B: FCC Regulation of the Manufacture, Development & Testing of Military Radars and Communications Systems; Experimental Licensing of RF Tests to Support Military Contracts and IR&D ·· Timely preparation and submission of an application – Before, during, or after the contract bid? ·· Pre-coordination with FAA, NTIA, Army, Air Force, etc. and anticipation of common objections ·· Strategies for requesting “expedited” processing when urgent licensing is required Jeffrey Rummel Partner Arent Fox LLP 1215 Lunch 1315 WORKSHOP C: Techniques and Applications for Low RCS Target Detection ·· Passive target detection ·· Simultaneous beam forming in the analog domain ·· Reducing or eliminating scan footprint improving detection avoidance Dennis Prather Professor of Electrical Engineering University of Delaware Captain (0-6) US Navy 1445 Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break 15:00 WORKSHOP D: Smart Antennas for Direction Finding and Geolocation ·· Impact of antenna and array geometry designs on smart antenna performance ·· Improved arrival angle estimation accuracy and interfering source separation ·· Electromagnetic principles that drive smart antenna design and deployment Dr. Frank B. Gross Boeing Technical Fellow, Professor and Chair,Electrical Engineering Georgia Southern University 1630 Chairperson Closing Remarks and End of Workshop Day Monday, February 29th , 2016 Media Partners:
  6. 6. www.MilitaryRadarSummit.com • 1-800-882-8684 • idga@idga.org6 0800 Registration & Coffee 0845 Chairperson’s Welcome and Opening Remarks David J. Markman Director of Business Development for Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions 0900 KEYNOTE: Future Requirements for Military Radar Assets ·· Key current investment areas in military radar ·· Budgets and focus areas of emerging RFP’s ·· Changes in range, resolution, and accuracy requirements LTG (R) Richard Formica Former Commanding General, USASMDC/ ARSTRAT U.S. Army 0945 KEYNOTE: Expanding and Upgrading Legacy Resources: The Artic Perspective ·· Overview of the state of legacy assets and performance capability upgrades they need to reach ·· Over the Horizon Radar’s role in the arctic and an understanding of its limitations ·· How radar migrations from manned to unmanned systems will affect this region ·· Mitigation to ensure systems remain at constant readiness Brian Lihani Deputy Chief Aerospace Warning Branch NORAD 1030 Emerging Radar Technology for the Arctic Circle ·· Incorporation of ground radar assets and utilization of corporate maritime resources ·· Expanding range, accuracy, and detection of trespassing foreign deployment ·· Improving resiliency of assets to detection counter measures Tony Ponsford Site Technical Director Raytheon 1115 Demo Drive / Morning Networking & Refreshment Break 1200 Parameter estimation and tracking of a magnetic dipole ·· Estimating the position, velocity and magnetic moment vector ·· The Kalman filter’s use to estimate kinematic states as well as dipole movements ·· Sensor information fusion Bhasyam Balaji Senior Member DRDC 1300 Networking Luncheon 1345 PANEL: Securing Consistent Military Intelligence in the Arctic Region ·· Currently available regional assets ·· Priorities for passive and active detection systems in land, sea, and air ·· Recent activities and the requirements they’ve created Moderator: Stephen Dunyk Radar Systems Technical Director/Chief Architect Lockheed Martin Bhasyam Balaji Senior Member DRDC Tony Ponsford Site Technical Director Raytheon Brian Lihani Deputy Chief Aerospace Warning Branch NORAD 1430 Minimizing Total Cost of Ownership and Maximizing System Performance in Legacy Systems ·· Provide a fusion of sustainment, performance monitoring, and modernization data to fully characterize the technical baseline ·· Leverage predictive analytics to expose sustainability and maintainability weaknesses ·· Utilize highly adaptable simulation models to assess the cost and performance effects on modernization opportunities ·· Quantitatively measure ownership of the technical baseline via continuous assessment and validation of system design documentation, interface definitions, system models, performance data, data rights, and technical risks Peter Beer Director of Technology Development Riverside Research Farhaan Razi (IRAD) Lead for the Radar Assessment & Development Laboratory Riverside Research 1515 Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break 1645 Enabling the next generation RADAR and Electronic Warfare Systems to meet Tomorrows Threats, Today ·· The evolving challenge of power usage, component size, and component weight in EW/ISR ·· Understanding how the EW/ISR landscape has shifted with new challenges such as, Phased Array RADAR, smart weapons, jammers and anti-jammers ·· How anti tamper requirements have changed and impacted design considerations ·· Xilinx’ contributions to EW/ISR and what the next product generation can enable Luke Miller EW/ISR System Architect Xilinx 1700 Closing Remarks 1715 End of Main Conference Day One MAIN CONFERENCE DAY ONE Tuesday, March 1st , 2016
  7. 7. www.MilitaryRadarSummit.com • 1-800-882-8684 • idga@idga.org7 0800 Registration & Coffee 0845 Chairperson’s Recap of Conference Day One Dr. Joseph R. Guerci IEEE Fellow, IEEE Warren D. White Award IEEE 0900 Keynote: An Overview of Radar Priorities and Developments of the ARL Sensors and Electron Devices Directorate ·· Developments in flexible electronics and implications for SWAP-C ·· Advancements in Infrared, Ground Penetrating Radar, and Image Processing ·· Imagery analytics for land forces ·· The future of passive and active radar ·· Developments in radar for unmanned systems Dr Phillip Perconti Director ARL Sensors and Electron Devices Directorate 0945 Recent Advances and Breakthroughs in Radar Technologies ·· Advanced Cognitive and Fully Adaptive Radar ·· Big data and Physics Based Signal Processing for Radar ·· RF Metamaterials and Breakthrough Radar ESAs ·· Next-Gen High-Fidelity M&S and Testing Dr. Joseph R. Guerci IEEE Fellow, IEEE Warren D. White Award IEEE 1030 Morning Networking & Refreshment Break 1115 The Road to Perfect Accuracy, Detecting and Determining Ionosphere Disturbance ·· Frequency and depth of ionosphere disturbance and interference ·· Solutions currently being developed and upcoming comprehensive experiments ·· Understanding how specific regions have elevated disruption ·· Increases in polarization resilient array and fidelity Chris Reed Program Director IARPA 1200 Fully Adaptive Radar ·· Applications in airborne and space borne radar, distributed sensing, and RF tomography ·· Conquering the additional challenges brought on by waveform complexity ·· Impacts on the quantity and quality of training data Dr. Murali Rangaswamy Senior Advisor for Radar Research AFRL 1245 Networking Luncheon 1430 PANEL: Upgrading and Extending Legacy Resources ·· Designing modular upgrades to systems that are not inherently designed to accept modules ·· Upgrade limitations posed by older systems ·· Cost challenges in legacy upgrades Brian Reise Business Area Director Northrop Grumman Stephen Dunyk Radar Systems Technical Director/Chief Architect Lockheed Martin Brian Lihani Deputy Chief Aerospace Warning Branch NORAD Tony Ponsford Site Technical Director Raytheon Moderator: Dr. Joseph R. Guerci IEEE Fellow, IEEE Warren D. White Award IEEE 15:15 Achieving Mission Flexibility through Adjustable Radar Electronics ·· Creating software that allows radar to make self adjustments to it’s mission parameters that suit changing intelligence ·· Designing components and electronics that are easily switched from one mission function to another ·· Eliminating the need of physical module swapping to suit changing mission parameters Dr. Roy Olsson Program Manager Microsystems Technology DARPA 1600 Spectrum Interoperability for Defense and Commerce ·· Chosen directions that do not cause vulnerabilities or impact to mission ·· Scientific developments that are primed to aid major technical challenges ·· Higher frequencies, new/improved waveforms, compressed data, and other techniques being considered/implemented to gain efficiencies ·· The DoD Spectrum Strategy and its Roadmap Dr. Vasu Chakravarthy Leader in Cognitive RF Technologies AFRL 1645 Closing Remarks and End of Conference MAIN CONFERENCE DAY TWO Wednesday, March 2nd , 2016 “Good learning opportuniuty with the ability to network and make new connections” Jen Grace Field, Sales Engineer, WL Gore + Associates
  8. 8. www.MilitaryRadarSummit.com • 1-800-882-8684 • idga@idga.org8 Register Online, by Email, Phone, Fax or Mail Web: www.MilitaryRadarSummit.com Email: idga@idga.org Phone: 1-800-882-8684 Fax: 646-378-6025 Mail: IQPC 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor New York, NY 10017 Location & Lodging Information This event will be held in Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel 900 S Orme St., Arlington, VA PRICING & REGISTRATION Active U.S. Government, Military, and Law Enforcement Academia, Non-Profit and Foreign Military Vendors, Consultants, and Solution Providers Package Standard Price 2 Day Main Conference NO COST TO ALL MILITARY AND GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES All Active Federal Employees, to include Military Personnel, will be granted free admission to our event. However, in order to logistically support this event, we must require online pre-registration. Onsite registration will not be permitted and Online Registration will close on February 26, 2015 Workshop Day Package Register & Pay By 01/08/2016 Standard Price 2 Day Main Conference $995 $1,295 3 Day All-Access Pass $1,495 $1,795 Workshop Day $595 $595 Package Register & Pay By 01/08/2016 Standard Price 2 Day Main Conference $1,095 $1,395 3 Day All-Access Pass $1,695 $1,995 Workshop Day $695 $695 Please note: • All ‘Early Bird’ discounts require payment at time of registration and before the cut-off date in order to receive any discount. • Any discounts offered (including team discounts) must also require payment at the time of registration. • All discount offers cannot be combined with any other offer. • Please view our registration policy for full information about payment, cancellation, postponement, substitution and discounts. • Please note multiple discounts cannot be combined. A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not accompanied by credit card payment at the time of registration. MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IQPC * CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add 6.35% sales tax. Team Discounts: For information on team discounts, please contact IQPC Customer Service at 1-800-882-8684. Only one discount may be applied per registrant. IQPC reserves the right to determine who qualifies as an end user Special Discounts Available: A limited number of discounts are available for the non-profit sector, government organizations and academia. For more information, please contact customer service at 1-800-882-8684. Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: Bank Name: JP Morgan Chase & Co. Name on Account: Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IQPC Account #: 937-332641 ABA/Routing #: 021000021 Reference: IQPC: 11944.009 Payment Policy: Payment is due in full at the time of registration and includes lunches and refreshment. Your registration will not be confirmed until payment is received and may be subject to cancellation. For IQPC’s Cancellation, Postponement and Substitution Policy, please visit www.iqpc.com/cancellation Special Dietary Needs: If you have a dietary restriction, please contact Customer Service at 1-800-882-8684 to discuss your specific needs. ©2015 IQPC. All Rights Reserved. The format, design, content and arrangement of this brochure constitute a trademark of IQPC. Unauthorized reproduction will be actionable under the Lanham Act and common law principles

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