The Hague class radar is currently in use mainly by the Dutch navy. The Dutch navy developed the radar following increasing global pressure for advancing naval capabilities.
The radar was developed in Rotterdam onboard the ship Van Spejik, a frigate capable of almost 30 knots, commissioned in 1995.
The Dutch navy use the Hague radar on all offshore patrol vessels, and all frigates.
The units cost 30 million each, this is far cheaper than other systems which try to do the same tasks, and is also significantly cheaper to run.
The Hague radar can disguise up to 4 vessels as a fishing fleet of medium sized vessels. The radar can track up to 10 aircraft and 24 missiles or projectiles simultaniously.