Australian Warrior Expo (AWE)
Australian Warrior Expo (AWE)
Date: November 2018 - 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: Friday 18 - Friday 18 May 2018
Location: The National Press Club, Canberra ,
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Date: Wednesday 21 - Wednesday 21 February 2018
Location: AIDN, NT ,
AIDN and BAE Systems would like to invite you to experience the BAE Systems Digital Shipyard. The Digital Shipyard is a revolutionary engineering and construction tool that will transform Australian shipbuilding and fully digitise the Australian supply chain through the introduction of cutting-edge Industry 4.0 processes and technologies. BAE Systems, with hosts AIDN, requests the pleasure of your attendance to come and experience the Digital Shipyard and learn about the enormous supplier opportunities on offer through the SEA 5000 Future Frigates program. Attendance is FREE.
Date: Friday 23 - Friday 23 February 2018
Location: Lightspace, Brisbane ,
Organised by veteran employment advocate WithYouWithMe, the Veteran Career Expos are free to attend for veterans – or soon-to-be veterans – seeking to find their way in the daunting civilian jobs marketplace.
Date: Wednesday 7 - Wednesday 7 March 2018
Location: University of Sydney ,
Flight planning has evolved from the rudimentary plotting of a planned flight path to a highly scientific process involving multiple systems and advanced maths to achieve levels of optimisation demanded by modern air carriers. Several years ago, Qantas embarked on a project to replace its’ current flight planning system. In partnership with the University of Sydney and the Australian Centre of Field Robotics, and vendors in Austria and Poland, Qantas has built a new flight planning system that fundamentally redefines the methodology that it uses to plan flights. This talk will explore some of the changes that have taken place over the years and describe the development and planned introduction of the new system due for deployment in early 2018
Date: Thursday 19 - Thursday 19 April 2018
Location: Launceston, Tasmania ,
The Centre for Defence Industry Capability (CDIC) is delivering a nationwide series of seminars for businesses that are seeking to learn about opportunities in the defence market.  
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