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Tyrrhenian International Workshop on Digital Communication

Enhanced Surveillance of Aircraft and Vehicles

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ANGELICUM CONGRESS CENTRE ROME – SEPTEMBER 15-16, 2014

The main goal of this event is to create a forum for presentation of research and development results – as well as for the exchange of ideas between experts from academia, industry, operators and regulating bodies – in all fields of the Surveillance and related technologies and system aspects, with special attention to the air traffic and to the airports.

Procedures to submit a paper, as well as more details on registration, venue, transport and accommodation, can be found at http://radarlab.uniroma2.it/esav.htm
Gaspare Galati, general chairman – Piet van Genderen, co-chairman and TPC chairman

 

POLICY

 

 

PLANS

 

NEWS

 

SHARING

  • The Threat of Bitcoin: Worth the Hype? On November 18th, the Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs Committee in Washington was briefed on the potential threat, risks, and promises that…Continue reading →
  • TADIC 2013 Smart Defence Smart Tadic” – Transatlantic Defence Technological and Industrial Cooperation (TADIC) is an iterative NATO effort: enshrined in the basic principles, transatlantic cooperation has always been at the core of the Alliance.
  • Future manufacturing project – Manufacturing in 2050 will look very different from today, and will be virtually unrecognisable from that of 30 years ago. Successful firms will be capable of rapidly adapting their physical and intellectual infrastructures to exploit changes in technology as manufacturing becomes faster, more responsive to changing global markets and closer to customers.
  • NATO 3.0 – … a better NATO strategy that integrates hard and soft power in peacemaking through a far earlier, more credible and effective crisis response; innovative tools in the Alliance’s military, political and industrial approach are needed: a new NATO 3.0.

 

EVENTS

 

MILDATA

  • 2014 Global Aerospace and Defense Industry outlook – The Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited Global Manufacturing Industry group has released this year’s Global Aerospace and Defense Industry outlook (click here…Continue reading →
  • EU Defence Data 2011 – In 2011, total defence expenditure of EDA 26 pMS amounted to € 192.5 billion – a reduction of € 1 billion or 0.5% compared to 2010 – representing approximately 1.55% of their total GDP and 3.17% of their total government expenditure, both values being the lowest since 2006. In real terms , total defence expenditure has been decreasing since 2006 and between 2010 and 2011 it dropped by over 2%

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