The 24th edition of Electronic Warfare Europe will take place in Stockholm, Sweden, bringing together the communities involved in EW, SIGINT, C4ISR, Cyber EM Activities (CEMA) and more. This is an unclassified truly-global EW networking opportunity, exhibition, workshop and conference.
The electromagnetic environment is changing at an increasing pace, and the scope and depth of electromagnetic manoeuvre warfare is consequently changing in parallel. The importance of electronic warfare (EW) system adaptability, flexibility, and innovation has also increased. Not only are innovative technologies greatly needed, but the Industry and EW Community itself needs to change organizationally to embrace innovative ideas, technologies, and tactics – and at a significantly faster pace.
Perhaps more important is that free-world allies – in countries, militaries, academia and industry – must embrace the concept of working together to recognize and embrace changing technologies, risks, threat and opportunities. There has been considerable progress over many years exemplified by shared platform development, particularly in aircraft development, and by successful alliances like NATO and European alliances with countries like Sweden and Finland, and others around the globe such as ABCA and FPDA.
Now though, much more is needed. Warfare capabilities including EW, SIGINT, Navigation and NAVWAR, Communication, C4ISR are all areas where working together in a unified way is critically important, and yet these are areas where so often information and actions are stove-piped. EW Stockholm will examine technological and conceptual means of ensuring success for free-world nations everywhere across the spectrum of operational activity.