up-coming events
Date: Monday 5 - Monday 5 February 2018
Location: The National Press Club, Canberra ,
Roxanne Kelley, Deputy Secretary Defence PeopleRear Admiral Brett Wolski, Head People Capability Brigadier Natasha Fox, Director General  Workforce Planning Commodore Grant Ferguson, Director General Suakin Mr Paul Way, Director General Defence Community organisation AGENDA: 1030        Coffee And Registration 1055        Introduction 1100        Roxanne Kelley               Introduction- Deputy Secretary Defence People                 Defence People Strategic Overview 1115        Rear Admiral Brett Wolski               'The Strategic Why' - the catalyst for workforce change                to meet emerging capability challenges. 1130        Brigadier Natasha Fox               A plan to deliver the 'One Defence' Workforce                 (Defence Strategic Workforce Plan). - this presentation will                incorporate both ADF and APS components1150        Commodore Grant Ferguson                Innovation - The ADF Total Workforce Model. 1210        Mr Paul Way                Support of ADF members as they transition out of the Permanent Force. 1230        Panel Q & A1305        Lunch1400        Close
Date: Tuesday 6 - Sunday 11 February 2018
Location: Changi Exhibition Centre ,
Every two years, high-level government and military delegations, as well as senior corporate executives around the world attend the Singapore Airshow to forge partnerships and seal deals in this region. As Asia's largest Airshow, this is the place to be for leading aerospace companies and budding players eager to make their mark in the international aerospace and defence market!
Date: Wednesday 14 - Wednesday 14 February 2018
Location: Gandel Hall, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra ,
The AIDN National Dinner is unique as it provides an opportune and effective occasion for you to mix with senior defence and industry personnel and small medium enterprise (SME) representatives. The Hon, Christopher Pyne, Minister for Defence Industry is confirmed as our guest speaker.  Invitees include the Hon Mike Kelly AM Shadow Assistant Minister for Defence Industry and Support, the Defence Secretary Greg Moriarty, heads of the Defence Forces and representatives of the Australian Prime and SME defence industry.  The evening will commence at 7.00pm for pre-dinner drinks. The dress code is black tie with miniatures, or dark lounge suit/equivalent.
Date: Wednesday 21 - Wednesday 21 February 2018
Location: Level 1, CQ Functions Centre, 113-123 Queen St, Melbourne ,
The Department of Defence wishes to inform industry of the upcoming Industry Consultation Day for Land 907 Phase 2 (LND00907PH2) Main Battle Tank (MBT) upgrade and Land 8160 Phase 1 (LND08160PH1) Under Armour Breaching and Bridging projects (Projects). This notice does not represent a guarantee of future work in any format. The Industry Consultation Day will be hosted in Melbourne on Wednesday 21 February 2108. The day will commence with addresses from the Director General Land Manoeuvre Systems, BRIG Smeaton and the project director Mr Chuang in respect to the current capability requirements. The addresses will be followed by optional one-on-one sessions between industry participants and a Commonwealth panel (on request). The one-on-one sessions will be conducted on the 21-23 February 2018 and be held at the same venue. The purpose of the Industry Consultation Day is for Defence to gather information and analyse industry capability and capacity to provide support to the future Projects, including but not limited to operating support, engineering support, maintenance support, supply support and training support.
Date: Tuesday 6 - Wednesday 7 March 2018
Location: Olympia, London ,
UK Security Week will present a full security solutions marketplace for professionals tasked with protecting people, critical national infrastructure and major assets ​Running on 6-7 March 2018, the event will incorporate several leading events and will collectively see over 350 exhibitors, 12+ conferences as well as multiple demonstration and networking platforms. Join over 10,000 colleagues for two days of intense learning, networking and exploration of the latest technology.
Date: Tuesday 20 - Wednesday 21 March 2018
Location: National Convention Centre, Canberra ,
The Royal Australian Air Force will be conducting its biennial Air Power Conference on the theme of Air Power in a Disruptive World over the period 20-21 March 2018 at the National Convention Centre in Canberra. The Conference attracts more than 1000 delegates drawn from national and international Air Forces and other military Services, Government, Defence Industry, academia and think tanks. The biennial Air Power Conference has grown into a regionally and internationally respected forum which has engaged a number of important and relevant air power themes. The 2018 Conference will provide another opportunity for the defence and security community to come together to explore how air forces are able to fully shape and exploit strategy, tactics and technology within joint military, national security and coalition operations in the emergent security environment. Led by top international and Australian experts, we will explore how geo-political strategy, environmental change and technology-based innovation are both disrupting and driving change across every level of national security. Some military organisations are well equipped to capitalise on disruption, whilst others struggle to define what the implications may be for their organisations. In this fast paced new world of innovation, increased global instability and new technology, we are seeking to offer a fresh perspective from which military forces might consider disruptors and drivers effecting that environment.  Themes for the 2018 Air Power Conference viewed through the lens of air power, military and national strategy include: AI, Cyber, Simulation Energy, Climate and Nuclear Security Geo-Political Interests and security policy Space and Uninhabited Aerial Systems Industry Collaboration People, Machines and the military in the digital age  
Date: Thursday 22 - Thursday 22 March 2018
Location: National Gallery of Australia ,
Most Air Force and senior military leaders in the western world begin their military careers either around or shortly after the Falkland Wars which were watched globally as an epic air, sea, and amphibious campaign; conventionally fought at the ends of the earth and at the end of an immense supply chain for the British Forces. The decades that followed saw warfare in the Balkans and Middle East, and counter insurgency operations in Afghanistan; warfare very different from that postured for during the cold war, and exercised in high end air combat exercises. The Australian Defence White Paper 2016 and the associated Force Structure Review was written to an Office of National Assessment Strategic Environment to 2035 against this paradigm, whilst recognizing impending change. The subsequent rate of change in global security has shocked even pessimistic observers and we face the heightened risk of high intensity, non-permissive air environments non-discretionary wars”.
Date: Tuesday 1 - Thursday 3 May 2018
Location: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre ,
This international congress and exposition will zero-in on key themes, which will include:- Human Security and SafetyPublic Security, Policing and ProtectionInfrastructure, Resource and Environmental SecurityCyber Security and Social MediaBorders and SovereigntyHomeland SecurityCommunity ResilienceEmergencies and Disaster ManagementCatastrophes and Humanitarian ResponseInnovation and Technology.
Date: Wednesday 9 - Friday 11 May 2018
Location: Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park ,
With manufacturing more competitive than ever, manufacturers are constantly seeking process improvements to enhance efficiency and boost profitability. NMW allows you to source the latest products and services across all industry sectors, in one place at one time.
Date: Thursday 24 - Saturday 26 May 2018
Location: Sunshine Coast, Queensland ,
Every two years Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is host to the Australasian helicopter industry. First held in 2014, the biennial Rotortech Conference and Exposition is the premier industry event for the helicopter community in Australia, New Zealand and the region. Hosted by the Australian Helicopter Industry Association, ROTORTECH 2018 will be conducted by Industry Defence and Security Australia Limited which is part of a not-for-profit group headed by Aerospace Maritime and Defence Foundation of Australia Limited. Aerospace Australia Limited is also a part of the Aerospace Maritime and Defence Foundation of Australia Limited group and is the organiser of the biennial Australian International Airshow and Aerospace and Defence Exposition at Avalon Airport near Melbourne. ROTORTECH 2018 will bring together leading players from all sectors of the rotary-wing industry - operators, helicopter and equipment manufacturers, suppliers, service providers, pilots and engineers.
Date: Wednesday 1 - Thursday 2 August 2018
Location: National Convention Centre, Canbera ,
The Conference is an opportunity for Industry to discuss with Defence officials acquisition and sustainment investment opportunities.  It is also an opportunity for Industry to present its ideas and concepts to the Defence community.
Date: Tuesday 4 - Thursday 6 September 2018
Location: Adelaide Convention centre , Australia
The Chief of the Australian Army, Lieutenant General Angus Campbell DSC AM, has announced the venue and dates for the Land Forces 2018 Exposition and the 2018 Chief of Army Seminar.The events will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre, South Australia, 4 – 6 September 2018.Land Forces 2018 will be a comprehensive showcase of products, services and technologies for the armies of Australia, Asia and the Indo-Pacific region.The Chief of Army Seminar, formerly known as the Chief of Army Exercise, will be conducted by Army in conjunction with the Land Forces Exposition.Described as the Army's "premier event", the Seminar will host defence industry leaders and senior military and government decision makers to share ideas and discuss future challengers.
Date: Tuesday 13 - Thursday 15 November 2018
Location: National Convention Centre, Canberra ,
The annual Military Communications and Information Systems (MilCIS) Conference welcomes military and government organisations, academia, and defence industries to contribute to the future direction of military communications and information systems.
Date: Tuesday 13 - Wednesday 14 November 2018
Location: Canberra ,
To promote informed discussion and research in the fields of submarine operations, engineering, history and commercial sub-sea engineering - otherwise known as submarine matters.
Date: Thursday 15 - Saturday 17 November 2018
Location: Brisbane Showgrounds ,
  The Australian Warrior Expo (AWE) is Australia’s premier Law Enforcement, Military, Emergency Services and Security Expo and is the only event of its type in Australia. AWE is dedicated to showcasing the latest products, technology, equipment and services to this niche market. The Australian Warrior Expo is not like any other trade show! With a huge focus on Hospitality, encompassing a VIP Night and an AWE party, plus a full retail store. AWE will bring both professionals and agencies together including Government Procurement Managers, Decision Makers and Operators.
Date: Tuesday 26 - Sunday 3 March 2019
Location: Avalon Airport, Melbourne ,
The Australian International Airshow, is a large air show held biennially at Avalon Airport, between Melbourne and Geelong in Victoria.The event has a strong focus on military aviation, featuring aircraft from the Royal Australian Air Force, United States Navy and the United States Air Force. 
Past Events
Date: Sunday 26 - Wednesday 29 February 2012
Location: , United Kingdom
Over the last 8 years, Airborne ISR has become the Europe’s foremost event for the Airborne ISR industry with directors and operators of Air ISR technology from both military and industry coming together to discuss the most prevalent issues of the time. With in-depth asset analysis and examination of how best to achieve future ambitions it seeks to give both requirement and operational updates . Whilst also bringing together leaders and those at the forefront of the industry from both military and the private sector.
Date: Sunday 26 - Tuesday 28 February 2012
Location: London , United Kingdom
Having proved their utility in a multitude of theatres around the world, Unmanned Air Systems are rapidly becoming an integral part of modern military operations. With a multitude of solutions being procured and deployed by militaries around the world, the challenges associated with unmanned systems are gradually becoming less technology-centric.
Date: Thursday 23 - Thursday 23 February 2012
Location: Barton , Australia
The Chief Information Officer Group (CIOG), within the Department of Defence, is responsible for ensuring that Defence has a dependable, secure and integrated Defence Information Environment (DIE) to support Defence business and military operations. A number of high-profile technology projects which have been on the Department of Defence’s drawing board for years have been approved by the Federal Government, paving the way for hundreds of millions of dollars of technology spending to be unlocked over the next decade under the guidance of Defence chief information officer Greg Farr.
Date: Wednesday 22 - Wednesday 22 February 2012
Location: Newcastle , Australia
Successful Defence Exporting is an exclusive one-day workshop specially designed to address the unique learning requirements of the growing number of defence companies seeking to secure work in the Global Defence Market. It achieves this through a practical focus on the “must know” elements of this increasingly important defence sector initiative, drawing upon years of proven experience in the successful selling of defence goods and services overseas.
Date: Tuesday 21 - Wednesday 22 February 2012
Location: Vienna , Austria
Returning for its fifth annual installment, SMi's Mobile Deployable Communications event will once again lead the way in providing the latest overview of in-theatre tactical communications, national roadmaps, technology, NATO and ISAF interoperability and industry support. Providing secure and interoperable mobile deployable communications is imperative in achieving greater situational awareness and superior operational capabilities
Date: Monday 20 - Tuesday 21 February 2012
Location: Hyatt Hotel Canberra , Australia
The 2012 ADM Congress takes place 21-22 February 2012 at the Hyatt Hotel Canberra. Attending this leading Defence event is a must for Defence and the Defence industry alike. Attended by more than 250 people across two information packed days, the congress is addressed by both federal ministers, CEOs and MDs from the top Primes, and leading figures from industry.
Date: Monday 20 - Monday 20 February 2012
Location: Sydney , Australia
Successful Defence Exporting is an exclusive one-day workshop specially designed to address the unique learning requirements of the growing number of defence companies seeking to secure work in the Global Defence Market. It achieves this through a practical focus on the “must know” elements of this increasingly important defence sector initiative, drawing upon years of proven experience in the successful selling of defence goods and services overseas.
Date: Sunday 19 - Wednesday 22 February 2012
Location: [email protected] , United Kingdom
With over 2500 visitors, 100+ exhibitors, 700+ conference delegates, and 50+ senior military, R&D and industry speakers joining us for 4 days of high-level discussions on armoured vehicle capabilities and requirements, IAVs 2011 staked its claim as Europe's premier armoured vehicle conference and exhibition.
Date: Tuesday 14 - Thursday 16 February 2012
Location: Washington , United States
The security and defense of a network is imperative for successful operations. Traditionally, this safeguarding of critical or sensitive information has been referred to as “Information Assurance”, where absolute security of the network was the end goal. The DoD has now shifted it’s approach. Now, a secure network is a means by which to achieve a mission, and as such, needs to be scaled to the mission. This is the new age of network security, and it’s titled “Mission Assurance.”
Date: Tuesday 14 - Tuesday 14 February 2012
Location: Hobart , Australia
Successful Defence Exporting is an exclusive one-day workshop specially designed to address the unique learning requirements of the growing number of defence companies seeking to secure work in the Global Defence Market. It achieves this through a practical focus on the “must know” elements of this increasingly important defence sector initiative, drawing upon years of proven experience in the successful selling of defence goods and services overseas.
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