Enhancing air, ground and maritime surveillance by passive radar sensors is a promising approach for many security and surveillance operations. The focus of this event is to bring experts of bistatic and passive radar systems together to share experiences obtained through theoretical studies, modeling or experimentation and to explore the state-of-the-art in development of such techniques. It will enable a technology readiness assessment and provide a decision base of future implementation plans. This PCL Focus Days will foster the investigations and the development of such future-oriented systems and will provide synergetic effects for the different member states. It will reveal the state-of-the-art in PCL and PET techniques and will also act as a basis for possible future activities.
The intention of the PCL Focus Days is to provide an international forum for experts, research engineers, and scientists working in the area of bistatic and passive Radar systems. They gain insight into current research trends, innovative sensor technologies, associated signal processing, and the subsequent data processing and transmission steps.