Radar Museum

The Radar Museum, inaugurated in 2009 at the plant of the Electronics Division for Terrestrial and Naval Defence at Fusaro (Naples), historical site of Italian radar, was created to bring together, preserve and pass on the history of pioneering radar production in Italy which began in this plant over 60 years ago.

The first in Europe to be built within a company, the museum illustrates the fundamental technological stages in the design and production of radars through images, documentation and products.

The Radar Museum is divided into four main areas: an exhibition space, showing historical instruments and some of the most significant antennas of the radars developed and built over the years by the company; a documentary archive in which are collected numerous historical and modern volumes on radars and on the technologies connected to them; a simulation area with three consoles, each configured on different operational scenarios such as land surveillance, naval surveillance and air traffic control, and a technologically equipped conference room that can accommodate fifty people.

The Radar Museum offers a uniquely innovative experience in which a journey through the present, the past and the future allows clients, delegations, students and researchers to get to know the history and values of our company.

Visit the site http://www.museodelradar.it

Museo del Radar

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