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2019 Parari Australian Explosive Ordnance Safety Symposium

Date: November 2019 - Thursday 7 November 2019
Location: Adams Auditorium, Australian Defence Force Academy ,

The Department of Defence Directorate of Ordnance Safety, with the University of New South Wales Capability Systems Centre, and our Platinum Sponsor, NIOA, are pleased to present the 2019 PARARI Australian Explosive Ordnance Safety Symposium – Safe EO for the Warfighter Through Innovative Technology & Culture.

PARARI 2019 is being held from 5 - 7 November, in the Adams Auditorium facility of UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy.

PARARI is the premiere international explosive ordnance safety symposium held regularly in the southern hemisphere, and attracts delegates from around the globe. PARARI provides an outstanding opportunity for professional development, education, and network building for EO practitioners and experts and is a fantastic opportunity to raise awareness of the work we are all doing in Explosive Ordnance Safety.

This year’s symposium brings together delegates from around the world to discuss the latest innovations and advances in explosives, munitions and weapons safety. International and local experts from industry, academia, military and government will share their research to collectively explore Safe Explosive Ordnance for the Warfighter Through Innovative Technology & Culture.

Defence and law enforcement personnel, contractors and academia involved in research, capability management, procurement, trials, use, sustainment, and disposal of EO at all levels are encouraged to participate in PARARI. We are also strongly encouraging those with an energetic materials science focus to participate in this year’s symposium.

 

Date: Tuesday 23 - Sunday 28 February 2021
Location: Avalon Airport
The Australian International Airshow and Aerospace & Defence Exposition is one of Asia-Pacific's most prestigious events and the most comprehensive aviation, aerospace and defence exposition in the southern hemisphere. Avalon hosts multiple concurrent conferences and expo streams, across the spectrum of Defence, Airlines, Business and General Aviation, Sport and Recreational Aviation, Airports, MRO, Space, Unmanned Systems, Air Safety and Ground Equipment. Avalon supports multiple ways to engage with government, industry and defence opportunities; including indoor and outdoor exhibitions, chalets, sponsorship, and networking events. While Australia and New Zealand prepare major Defence modernisation programs, civil aerospace companies are pursuing the rapidly-growing Indo-Asia-Pacific airline and civil aerospace market, and the public will view the history as well as the emerging future of air transport and air power.
Date: Sunday 20 - Sunday 20 September 2020
Location: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
The biennial LAND FORCES exposition is a powerful forum for key decision-makers from throughout the region, enabling government representatives, defence officials, military procurement managers and senior army officers to network with defence materiel manufacturers, equipment suppliers and service providers.
Date: Saturday 9 - Sunday 10 November 2019
Location: RAAF Base Edinburgh, South Australia
The Australian Defence Force has announced that RAAF Base Edinburgh in South Australia will host the next Defence Force Air Show on 9 and 10 November 2019. Air Commodore Noddy Sawade, Head of Air Shows, said Defence was proud to stage the Air Show at RAAF Base Edinburgh. “Defence has had a presence in South Australia since World War II and RAAF Base Edinburgh is a significant military base for the Australian Defence Force. “We are looking forward to putting on an Air Show that features historic aircraft as well as demonstrating some of the latest Defence military aircraft and technology."
Date: Tuesday 5 - Thursday 7 November 2019
Location: Adams Auditorium, Australian Defence Force Academy
The Department of Defence Directorate of Ordnance Safety, with the University of New South Wales Capability Systems Centre, and our Platinum Sponsor, NIOA, are pleased to present the 2019 PARARI Australian Explosive Ordnance Safety Symposium – Safe EO for the Warfighter Through Innovative Technology & Culture. PARARI 2019 is being held from 5 - 7 November, in the Adams Auditorium facility of UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy. PARARI is the premiere international explosive ordnance safety symposium held regularly in the southern hemisphere, and attracts delegates from around the globe. PARARI provides an outstanding opportunity for professional development, education, and network building for EO practitioners and experts and is a fantastic opportunity to raise awareness of the work we are all doing in Explosive Ordnance Safety. This year’s symposium brings together delegates from around the world to discuss the latest innovations and advances in explosives, munitions and weapons safety. International and local experts from industry, academia, military and government will share their research to collectively explore Safe Explosive Ordnance for the Warfighter Through Innovative Technology & Culture. Defence and law enforcement personnel, contractors and academia involved in research, capability management, procurement, trials, use, sustainment, and disposal of EO at all levels are encouraged to participate in PARARI. We are also strongly encouraging those with an energetic materials science focus to participate in this year’s symposium.  
Date: Wednesday 25 - Wednesday 25 September 2019
Location: Adams Auditorium, Australian Defence Force Academy
AID19 will be held on Wednesday, 25 September 2019 at the Adams Auditorium, at the Australian Defence Force Academy in Canberra for a period of one day. The purpose of AID19 is for selected respondents to display and pitch their proposed innovations to assessors, capability managers and Defence Innovation Hub personnel. Respondents may also be able to verify, validate and clarify their request for proposal response.  AID19 attendees may include relevant ministers, Defence personnel, defence contractors, senior officers from the Australian Federal Police, the Australian Border Force and Home Affairs, representatives from media outlets and any other guests invited by Defence.

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