A couple of things to take into consideration:
- Yes, Automation will be a problem in events such as EW environment. But what gives these unmanned systems benefit over others is if they are stationary. Why I mention this is because they will not be connected wireless, so not letting off signals to be intercepted or system being intercepted and controlled wireless, but all controlled via fiber optic lines so it would require having to actually cut into the connection physically in order to gain control. If they are thinking of making them unmanned in the sense where the systems operate freely on their own, then that is a problem for sure.
- Regarding radar, not really. In any event, I imagine that such systems will be connected to a central unit (as said, via fiber lines), and the central system will have access to data from advanced radar systems so it will be able to detect and track targets far more efficiently and accurately. The radar systems onboard these Tor systems are only so good due to its size and power draw.
I imagine it will be a module system where they operate somewhat by their own, but all connected to a control unit. Technically, Unmanned drones are controlled via a central console by two people anyway, so not exactly fully unmanned. I imagine this is the same method. So in reality, control units of a Tor, which may require two individuals to control it, can be now left unmanned and all controlled by a couple of guys in a trailer somewhere else, that can monitor and control lets say 5 or more of these systems at same time.