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Who We Are 

Antenna design veteran Ir. Will P.M.N. Keizer founded ArraySoft in 2006. He received the M.S. degree in electrical and electronics engineering (cum laude) from the Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. 

More than 25 years he was with TNO Physics and Electronics Laboratory, The Hague, The Netherlands, as a Research Scientist and Technical Manager in the field of microwave components, antennas, propagation and radar. He has been involved in the NATO Anti Air Warfare System (NAAWS) study directed by the U.S. Navy, and aiming at an advanced sensor suite for future warships.

He was one of the key persons in the initiation of the APAR naval multifunction active phased array radar development based on the NAAWS concept that is now in operational use with the Netherlands,   German and Danish navies. He was responsible for the design of the APAR antenna aperture consisting of waveguide radiators featuring a 60 degree scan angle capability in all directions over a 30% bandwidth at X-band. His research interests include phased array antennas, near-field antenna testing, microwaves, low-angle radio-wave propagation, multifunction phased array radar and synthetic aperture radar.

He was industrial manager of Netherlands consortium involved in RTP 9.3 technological project originated by the Western European Union. This RTP 9.3 project was aiming at the development of a military next generation advanced space synthetic aperture radar.  Later on he became consultant for the German and Netherlands navies with respect to the implementation of a ballistic missile defense capability for the air defense frigates of both countries equipped with the APAR and Smart-L radar systems.  

He has been a member of the “Management Committee” of the European COST 260 Action "Smart Antenna Computer Aided Design & Technology", where he was leading the working group on "Smart Antenna Concepts, Radiators, Beam Formers and Critical Components". In the period 1999–2004, he was Treasurer of the IEEE Benelux Chapter on Antennas and Propagation.

He has published more than 40 technical papers in international journals and conference proceedings.

He serves as Reviewer for a number of international journals including IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications and Journal of Zhejiang University Science.