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Electronic Warfare 2010

29.04.2010

This prestigious event is an opportunity for international leaders in EW at all levels from across the armed forces, government, industry, technology and academia, to meet to shape the future of EW and share their experiences. It will draw on current operational experience. Leading industry partners will demonstrate the latest technology and the benefits of innovative capability management. The conference will cover all operational environments and capability development.

Conference Programme will consist of several parts. The first conference day will include Pre-conference seminar and afterwards the main part of presentations.

The rest of the Conference will be held on May 11-12.

Analysis of operational lessons and recognition of the need for new concepts are raising new possibilities and requirements for EW around the globe. Lessons about the importance of EW once forgotten have been relearned, but at great cost. To ensure an enduring EW capability, leaders are now looking to develop and implement EW strategies to ensure preparedness in future.

The conference will enable informed debate on force development, interoperability and the integration of EW.

NATO and many nations around the world are beginning to understand how the electromagnetic operational environment or EW domain, including EW, is critical to operations in all the warfare domains that are as effective – and safe - as possible. Experimentation and force development have demonstrated how this electromagnetic environment, and within it EW, work with the other operational environments of the land, sea, air and space, and the information environment.

This global EW event is helping to shape the future of EW by gathering the best and most original thinkers and practitioners together in Berlin at a critical juncture.

Also the visitors can attend the Electronic Warfare 2010 Exhibition on a complimentary basis. Such companies like Tektronix will be exhibiting a range of its leading edge equipment and all the visitors will have the opportunity to discuss their requirments with technical experts.

As well as Tektronix you will find representatives from Global Industry Leaders, Ministry of Defence Staffs and International EW Leaders.

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