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Date: Thursday 15 September 2022
Location: National Convention Centre Canberra
The Defence Connect Australian Defence Industry Awards was created to reflect the comprehensive role of the defence industry as a fundamental input to Australia’s capability.
Past Events
Date: Monday 27 - Friday 31 October 2014
Location: Paris , France
With 30,458 professional visits from 115 countries, without counting official delegations, interest in this exhibition of reference has shown significant increase. Just after France, Russia recorded the highest visitor participation, followed by Italy, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Large and midcap companies scored for 68% of attendances, and small to medium and very small enterprises accounted for 32%.
Date: Tuesday 21 - Wednesday 22 October 2014
Location: Wellington , New Zealand
NZDIA organises the New Zealand Defence Seminars, generally held annually in October/November. This Seminar brings together Australian and New Zealand commercial companies, Asian, Australian and New Zealand Defence purchasing interests together with high level New Zealand Ministerial involvement.
Date: Monday 20 - Saturday 25 October 2014
Location: , Korea, Democratic People's Republic of
The Republic of Korea (ROK) has one of the largest Defence expenditures in Asia and has one of the fastest growing defence industries in the world. While the ROK is developing a significant indigenous defence industry capability, it remains a major importer of defence equipment and technology.
Date: Wednesday 15 - Thursday 16 October 2014
Location: Darwin Convention Centre , Australia
Northern Australia's increased strategic importance to Defence is well documented, not least in the last White Paper. Big changes are happening in the north, and Defence will play a large part of it. Northern Australia's geographic and strategic location makes it ideal for the support of Defence in the delivery of its objectives and strategic interests for the protection of Australia and its offshore resources. The Northern Territory has a strong economy, existing Defence and civilian infrastructure, available land and natural resources for future development.
Date: Monday 22 - Thursday 25 September 2014
Location: Queensland , Australia
Presented in collaboration with the Australian Army, LAND FORCES 2014 succeeds the former Land Warfare Conference and Exhibition previously held in Australia. LAND FORCES 2014 will be an expanded and comprehensive international industry exhibition to showcase land-defence equipment, technology and services for the armies of Australia, Asia and the Pacific region. It will be the essential event to access army and land-defence decision-makers and to connect with numerous military, government, scientific and industry delegations from around the world, with particular emphasis on the Asia Pacific and Australia.
Date: Wednesday 17 - Sunday 21 September 2014
Location: Waterkloof Base , South Africa
Date: Wednesday 10 - Thursday 11 September 2014
Location: Canberra , Australia
In the wake of increased international defence spending, hostile territorial disputes and an overall shift in the balance of power in the Asia Pacific region comes a need for a united Australian Defence Force and an aligned, cooperative and consultative defence/industry partnership. The procurement of non-military equipment and infrastructure will continue to become increasingly prevalent in supporting the personnel and operational requirements of our defence forces. With the nature of the combat environment being highly changeable and notoriously unpredictable, it is essential to have a dynamic and accommodating support strategy and risk mitigation plan in place in order to facilitate optimum performance and operational efficiency on the front line.
Date: Tuesday 9 - Wednesday 10 September 2014
Location: Twickenham Stadium , United Kingdom
UAS is the industry leading conference and exhibition examining the latest military, civil and cross governmental applications of unmanned systems. With a wealth of experience from operations in segregated airspace, as well as the potential proliferation of unmanned systems in the civilian and commercial market, the time is right to bridge the gap between these two areas by creating a hub for the unmanned community. In association with Unmanned Air Systems Capability Development Centre (UAS CDC) and Cranfield University, UAS 2014 offers a one-off opportunity to receive the very latest operational, regulatory and commercial updates from the unmanned community, and dedicated time to do business with more than 300 senior military, government and industry professionals.
Date: Monday 25 - Thursday 28 August 2014
Location: Adelaide , Australia
For SimTecT 2014, the aim is to bring together educators, analysts, and developers from Defence, resources and infrastructure, emergency management, transport, education, public sector and simulation industries around the theme: SIMULATION – INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS.
Date: Monday 28 - Wednesday 30 July 2014
Location: , Australia
The Defence and Industry Conference has seen a steady growth in participation since the first such Conference was held in the 1990s. The last Conference in 2011, the seventeenth Conference, was also held in Adelaide and attracted 630 companies and over 1700 attendees.  Seventy-five per cent of delegates were from industry.   
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