Ebor Systems inks supplier agreement with Nova Systems Australia

Ebor Systems will help enhance Nova Systems Australia’s range of offerings to the defence industry after the two companies signed a new supplier agreement.

The agreement will see Ebor Systems expand Nova's range of services and products in the following areas:

  • Electronic and RF engineering;
  • Software;
  • Submarine systems;
  • Test and evaluation; and
  • Systems engineering.

Engineers, developers and scientists for Ebor will be used to help "analyse problems and contribute to research and solutions including modelling and simulation, signal processing and data visualisation, specialised hardware systems, and information and RF security."

“We are delighted to be working closely with Ebor Systems, a company with highly specialised skills and knowledge. Both companies were founded here in South Australia and it’s great that we can gather today in Adelaide to celebrate signing this agreement,” said Nova Systems Australia chief executive Steven Robinson.

The companies said the agreement, signed by Robinson and Ebor Systems director Dr James Giesbrecht, "is another step towards building a strong integrated supplier network supporting clients such as the Defence Capability and Sustainment Group (CASG) and Defence Science and Technology Group (DSTG)".

“Ebor is very pleased to join the Nova Systems network of trusted suppliers. Nova’s breadth and expertise in high-tech government and industry markets provides an excellent opportunity for Ebor to help advance significant capabilities for Australia. We look forward to working together with Nova Systems,” said Dr Giesbrecht.

Ebor has supplied engineering services to hundreds of Defence projects for CASG, DSTG and other Defence organisations at various skill levels, as well as "several" of the largest international defence prime contractors.

Ebor Systems inks supplier agreement with Nova Systems Australia
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