The 2017 edition of the Scientific and Technological Radiolocation Conference took place on 13 and 14 November this year, at the Warszawianka Congress Center, in Jachranka near Warsaw. The event is a fusion of two key radiolocation and radio-electronics conferences in Poland. It was held with the honorary patronage of the Polish Minister of National Defense, Antoni Macierewicz.

Breakthrough radiolocation technologies and their importance in the technological modernization program of the Polish Armed Forces were the leading theme of the event.

The Scientific and Technological Radiolocation Conference has been organized for the 48th time. The meeting has remained the major national platform for the exchange of experiences between users, designers and producers of radiolocation equipment used by all sections of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Poland. The conference contributes to the development of the Polish radiolocation industry and the scientific and technological community which supports this sector, which helps maintain a high level of technological advancement of the Polish radiolocation landscape. Traditionally, this year conference was not opened to the general public, and gathered guests from the wide radiolocation community.

There were more than 100 participants, representing the Armed Forces of the Republic of Poland, Polish defense industry, major Polish universities as well as Polish R&D institutions and centers.

The conference was organized by PIT-RADWAR S.A. company, the Military Academy of Technology, the Military Institute of Technology, the Military Institute of Armament Technology and the Armament Policy Department of the Polish Ministry of National Defense.

This year edition was sponsored by the following companies: AM Technologies, CST AG, National Instruments, Aeronautics Group and Mex Technologies.

The official media patronage of the event was provided by Polska Zbrojna monthly and Defence24 portal.

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