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EC3 Ultra Wide Band Surveillance Radar

Lecture

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Find out about some new UWB Radar

Date and Time

27 March 2014 - 19:30-21:00

Location

Wokingham, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Berkshire local network.


About this event

Thales Research and Technology have developed an Ultra Wide Band Radar using their previously presented work on Frequency Hopped Ultra Wide Band technology. Ultra Wide Band operates at a very low power and has been developed to detect movement: moving targets can be tracked up to 100 m in open-area surveillance and up to 30 m through concrete walls. Danny has helped apply the radar in various use-case demonstration scenarios, including area surveillance, border patrol stowaway detection, mobile reactive surveillance, police and special forces. In this session Danny will cover the technical development of the radar, current applications and possible future developments.
A poster for the event is available here.

Programme

This event is free of charge and open to all, with refreshments at 19.00, and the lecture starts at 19:30.

Registration information

Like all lectures organised by the Specialised Section EC3, this event if free and open to all with no registration needed.

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