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Radar 2022

International Conference on Radar Systems

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Radar 2022 took place at Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, on 24-27 October 2022. Over 250 delegates from 22 countries attended to explore the latest technologies in radar systems.

Key topics included new trends and developments, bistatic/multistatic radar, detection, CFAR, tracking before/after detection, low frequency radar, waveform diversity, performance evaluation, virtual prototyping, and cognitive radar.

See the photos from Radar 2022

Take a look at what went on during the Radar 2022 conference, in our photo gallery.

Radar 2022 Gallery

Radar 2022 delegates said

“Radar 2022 was a great conference with loads of high quality content. The opportunity to network was excellent.”

“The IET Radar conference is a fantastic way to find out more about what other researchers are doing.”

“A great forum to keep yourself aware of current trends in Radar technology.”

“Conference organization was excellent.”

Best paper

Reduced Rank Hybrid Target Detectors for Maritime Environments
Elias Aboutaniosk, Malcolm Wong, UNSW Sydney, Australia, Luke Rosenberg, Andrew Spargo, DSTG, Australia

Best student paper

A Centralized Approach for Ship Target Detection and Localization with Multi-Transmitters GNSS-Based Passive Radar
Ilaria Nasso, Fabrizio Santi, Sapienza, University of Rome, Italy

Each winner receives €500, sponsored by EuMA. 

Speakers at Radar 2022 included

Colin Bell
Chief Engineer, Advanced Sensors and Principal Technologist, BAE Systems
Tony Kinghorn
Technical Specialist on RF Systems, Leonardo
Steve Leach
Principal Spectrum Technology Analyst, Ofcom
Sara Galan Pulido
Radar systems engineer, Isdefe - Engineering Systems for the Defence of Spain
Darren Coe
Capability Area Lead - RF Sensors & Processing, QinetiQ
Timothy Darlington
Science Manager - Radar R&D, Met Office
Dave Blacknell
Fellow, DSTL
Hugh Griffiths
Engineering Research Chair of Radio Frequency Sensor Systems, UCL

IET Radar, Sonar & Navigation will be running the special issue, ‘Selected Papers from RADAR 2022 - International Conference on Radar Systems (Edinburgh, UK)’.

This special issue will be run by invitation, with invited papers selected based on the scores in the conference review process and/or on the quality of papers and presentations at the conference itself.

It will be guest-edited by Alessio Balleri and Carmine Clemente.