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2017 MSS Tri-Service Radar (TSR)
18 Jul 2017 - 21 Jul 2017
MSS Parallel
MSS Electro-Optical & Infrared Countermeasures
MSS Battlespace Acoustic and Magnetic Sensors
MSS Active E-O Systems
MSS Missile Defense Sensors, Environment and Algorithms
MSS National Symposium on Sensor & Data Fusion
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Military Sensing Symposium  

Welcome to MSS

The Military Sensing Symposia is a set of conferences dedicated to military sensing technologies and serving the community of people working in those fields. The current set of MSS specialty committees is:

  • Tri-Service Radar
  • Infrared Counter Measures
  • Battlefield Acoustic and Magnetic
  • Missile Defense Sensors Env. Alg.
  • Battlespace Surv. and Disc.
  • Passive (EO) Sensors
  • Active EO Sensors
  • EO Detectors and Materials
  • Sensor Fusion
  • National Committee

plus the Executive Committee which provides oversight over the various other Committees from a top level. Conference schedules are posted on a separate page.

US Government agencies and qualifying contractors can attend the MSS conferences. For more information contact MSS Hotline at (540) 834-4854 or

If you are trying to find MSS papers, visit the DTIC website to perform a search. Instructions for getting a DTIC online account and searching the DTIC website can be found here

If your company is interested in becoming an MSS Sponsor for 2016, please contact or call 540-834-4854.

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