USDPS will take place at the Marriott Wardman Park and will bring together high-ranking government officials, defense experts, senior industry executives and supply chain leaders to explore how unmanned and autonomous systems are dramatically changing the landscape of intelligence operations and their impact on procurement, technology development and interagency collaboration.
Echodyne Vice President of Business Development, Jeff Finan, will host the roundtable entitled “The Sensor Foundation for CUAS Security.” They will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. EDT on both days of the show. Finan will discuss the importance of UAS detection, tracking and classification and how radar is the fundamental technology for counter-UAS sensor solutions.
“We are excited to host and lead these valuable roundtable discussions about the near- and long-term future of CUAS sensors and systems,” Finan said. “With both sensor and drone technology advancing quickly, it is critical that we develop science-based solutions for high performance airspace situational awareness.”
To learn more about how Echodyne is radically reinventing radars for the Counter-UAS market, visit www.echodyne.com.
Echodyne introduces the world’s first compact, software-defined, solid-state, true electronically scanned array (ESA) radar sensor. Ideally suited for machine perception in an autonomous age, Echodyne offers high-performance, commercially priced radars to governments, industries, and integrators engineering solutions for border security, critical infrastructure protection, autonomous vehicles, unmanned aircraft systems, and first responders. Privately held, the company is based in Kirkland, Washington, and is backed by Bill Gates, NEA, Madrona Venture Group, Vulcan Capital, and Lux Capital among others. For more information, please visit: Echodyne.com