Sep 30 - Oct 01

London, AL

One Whitehall Place

. It is an essential networking opportunity to meet peers responsible for setting future requirements for platform protection and airborne electronic attack capabilities. Key themes at Electronic Warfare 2009 include: • Protection of aircraft from current and future weapons system threats • Upgrades to in-service aircraft Electronic Protection Suite including: o Threat Detection and Sensors o Protection and Electronic Countermeasures o Integration and Automation • Realistic training for aircrews to use complex technologies • Wide-ranging international approaches to advancement of Electronic Warfare capability

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