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CivSec 2016

Date: May 2016 - Thursday 2 June 2016
Location: Melbourne , Australia

CIVSEC 2016 is an international forum dealing with the acutely relevant, and inextricably interconnected, imperatives of civil security and civil defence in the preservation of sovereignty, the protection of people and the safety of communities.

It confronts the complex and increasingly interdependent challenges of the control of borders, the maintenance of law and order, the prevention of terrorism, the defence against threats to society, the protection of people and communities, the security of infrastructure and resources, the provision of emergency services, the response to disasters, the coordination of relief and the management of crises.

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Date: Friday 20 - Friday 20 November 2020
Location: Canberra
The Defence Connect Australian Defence Industry Awards were created to reflect the comprehensive role of the defence industry as a fundamental input to Australia’s capability. Recognising leading professionals and businesses, rather than products and platforms, the Australian Defence Industry Awards universally acknowledges all defence industry stakeholders – from our primes, SMEs, academic institutions and associations, through to high-performing individuals such as defence executives, Indigenous and female leaders, students, scientists, technicians and academics. The awards are open to all businesses operating in Australia supporting the defence supply chain and have become a coveted accolade for organisations and professionals seeking to forge their role in the defence industry.
Date: Tuesday 22 - Thursday 24 September 2020
Location: Virtual
Now more than ever, innovation must go on, wherever we are working. And just as you continue innovating what’s next, Keysight World events will bring you the latest in industry, design, and test trends from the comfort of your desk while maintaining the technical depth you need. Keysight World 2020 Asia Pacific is now a fully virtual event delivered to you online from the 22nd to the 24th of September 2020. Across the 3 days, plan to dive deep into the hottest topics from design to deployment in 5G, Automotive, Advanced Measurements, High-Speed Digital and IT Network Security. Each of these 5 tracks is being designed for a truly immersive experience with thought leaders and experts delivering presentations and demos.
Date: Tuesday 13 - Tuesday 13 October 2020
Location: Canberra, ACT
The lunch will include senior speakers from both sides of the aisle, offering each the opportunity to articulate or debate the finer points of the federal budget and contest it in live Q&A sessions. All four minsters connected to the defence portfolio have been confirmed for the lunch, including: • Linda Reynolds CSC, Minister for Defence• Richard Marles, Deputy Leader of the Opposition and shadow minister for defence• Melissa Price, Minister for Defence Industry• Matt Keogh, shadow minister for defence industry   For full details on the Defence Connect Budget Lunch, contact Defence Connect today.
Date: Wednesday 19 - Friday 21 May 2021
Location: Makuhari Messe, Japan
DSEI Japan conference examines the key issues faced by countries of the Indo-Pacific region as they work to promote stabilization and cooperation between nations. Taking place 19-21 May 2021, the second edition of DSEI Japan will bring the global defence and security sector together with the entire Japanese and wider Asian defence community to innovate, partner and share knowledge under one roof across three days.
Date: Monday 16 - Wednesday 18 November 2020
Location: Canberra, ACT
The theme for the SIA 10th Biennial Conference is: Submarine Build and Sustainment Programs: The Strategic Nature of Reliable, Sovereign Supply Chains.Cost, schedule and technical risk factors for introduction of new technologies for the design and construction of the Attack class (together with Collins Class Life-of-type extension (LOTE) and sustainment) are rapidly becoming prominent issues. This conference focuses on considerations of ramping-up sovereign industrial support for building and sustaining submarine availability/capability for Australia’s national ship-building endeavours, together with the potential consequences of failing to do so.

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