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.
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Museo del Radar
The Leonardo museums bear exceptional witness to the technological and industrial memory and constitute an instrument of dialogue and constant sharing between the company and the territory. They were born out of the awareness that a large part of the industrial culture of our time is not only produced by the great cultural and educational institutions, but is also formed within companies. Living, dynamic structures, corporate museums represent a point of reference for communities and territories, centres of industrial culture open to visitors, researchers, students, economic and cultural operators.Leggi Tutto