Sensors & Electronics Technology (SET) Panel Office

The Sensors & Electronics Technology (SET) Panel is eager to advance technology in electronics and passive/active sensors (as they pertain to reconnaissance, surveillance, target acquisition, electronic warfare, communications, navigation) and to enhance sensor capabilities through multi-sensor integration/fusion in order to improve the operating capability and to contribute to fulfil strategic military results. As NATO war-fighters and peace-keepers continue to shift more and more towards asymmetrical warfare, SET technology have to focus on the military mission of saving lives, improving quality of life and extending our combat effectiveness. Research in the Sensors and Electronics Technology Panel concerns the phenomenology related to target signature, propagation and battle-space environment, electro-optics (or electro-optical, EO), radio frequency (RF), acoustic and magnetic sensors, antenna, signal and image processing, components, sensor hardening and electromagnetic compatibility.


Upcoming events

This Specialists’ Meeting is NATO UNCLASSIFIED open to Australia, Sweden, Switzerland, Finland


Topics to be covered:


CS radar/ESM and EO/IR systems and applications:

  • High resolution imaging;
  • SAR GMTI and STAP;
  • Direction of Arrival (DOA) estimation, tomography and beamforming;
  • System Assessment;
  • Performance Modeling;
  • Identification & Recognition
  • ESM;
  • Detection, estimation, tracking, and classification;
  • Conceptual Design;
  • Novel architectures and algorithm design;
  • Results using experimental and real data.
  • Novel architecture, algorithm design and efficient implementation

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Monday, 06. May 2019 until Tuesday, 07. May 2019 09:00 - 17:30


43th SET Panel Business meeting is open  only for SET Panel Members and invited guests.

Wednesday, 08. May 2019 until Friday, 10. May 2019 09:00 - 13:00


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