The 2022 event brought together world-leading experts from the military, government, academia and industry. Delegates progressed their understanding of the issues, technology and capabilities that underpin their national electronic warfare abilities and allowed them to enhance their capabilities both nationally and in collaborative defence.
The control of the electromagnetic spectrum is a fundamental requirement in modern warfare in all domains whether land, sea air, space, information or cyber. Systems operating in these domains must be able to communicate, make decisions, share information and take actions in a coordinated, controlled and effective manner using the electromagnetic spectrum.
To achieve and maintain this dominance, electronic warfare, radar, navigation, situational awareness and other information and communication systems require significant levels of integration and interoperability across all types of platforms and in all domains. Innovative integrated systems requirements, applications and enabling technologies will be considered from intelligence data gathering, analysis and data fusion through to the deployment of countermeasures and other actions that use the electromagnetic spectrum.
- Technologies and solutions for integration of EM effects across all domains
- Multi-Domain Training, Test and Evaluation
- Emerging technologies that will make a significant difference in advancing all domain effects
- Future Trends in Multi-Domain EW
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Emerging technologies that will make a significant difference in advancing all domain effects
What to expect at the 2023 conference:
What are some current EW challenges?
Hear from Darren Nicholls, Aerospace and Defence Specialist at CRFS Ltd