2018 RAAF Air Power Conference
Date: March 2018 - 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: Monday 26 - Monday 26 March 2018
Location: The National Press Club, Canberra ,
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Date: Thursday 8 - Thursday 8 March 2018
Location: The National Press Club, Canberra ,
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Date: Monday 19 - Monday 19 February 2018
Location: The National Press Club, Canberra ,
C3i is pleased to announce the next in the Defence Watch series of Meet the Chiefs industry briefings, featuring Mr Steven Pearson, Chief Information Officer. DATE:            Monday 19th February, 2018 VENUE:         The National Press Club, Canberra, ACT Speakers: •             Mr Steven Pearson, Chief Information Officer•             Mr Mohan Aiyaswami, Chief Technology Officer (to be confirmed)•             Rear Admiral Michael Rothwell, Head ICT Operations•             Mr Paul Cazaz, First Assistant Secretary, ICT Delivery AGENDA: 1030       Coffee And Registration 1055       Introduction 1100       Mr Steven Pearson, Chief Information Officer1130       Mr Mohan Aiyaswami, Chief Technology Officer (to be confirmed)1150       Rear Admiral Michael Rothwell, Head ICT Operations1210       Mr Paul Cazaz, First Assistant Secretary, ICT Delivery1230       Panel Q & A 1300       Wind Up1305       Lunch1400       Close
Date: Monday 5 - Monday 5 February 2018
Location: Katherine Town Council, NT ,
We hear a lot about what Defence is doing, not just in our region but nationally, but how do you get into this expanding industry? How can you improve your chances of being selected as a supplier? Come and listen to Primes from within the Defence Infrastructure and Platform support sectors and gain some invaluable insight!
Date: Monday 16 - Thursday 19 April 2018
Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia ,
The Centre for Defence Industry Capability (CDIC) is organising a Team Defence Australia stand at Defence Services Asia 2018 and has called for Expression of Interest applications for companies wanting to showcase their products and services on the stand. The original deadline for submission of EOIs has passed, however, there are still limited spaces available on the stand. If you are interested in attending, please contact Team Defence Australia via Ruth Reston at CDIC by phone on: 02 6243 7069 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. document.getElementById('cloaka29291c56c852864258542cebe59f304').innerHTML = ''; var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '='; var addya29291c56c852864258542cebe59f304 = 'ruth.reston2' + '@'; addya29291c56c852864258542cebe59f304 = addya29291c56c852864258542cebe59f304 + 'industry' + '.' + 'gov' + '.' + 'au'; var addy_texta29291c56c852864258542cebe59f304 = 'ruth.reston2' + '@' + 'industry' + '.' + 'gov' + '.' + 'au';document.getElementById('cloaka29291c56c852864258542cebe59f304').innerHTML += ''+addy_texta29291c56c852864258542cebe59f304+''; DSA 2018 will be held in Kuala Lumpur from 16 to 19 April. The event will showcase a range of international capabilities in sophisticated hardware and electronic warfare in land, air and sea defence, battlefield healthcare products/technology, training and simulation systems and police and security peripherals. The event brings together 1,300 companies from 60 countries and is a regular event on the TDA program.

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