With Dassault Systèmes looking to have substantial impact on the Australian shipbuilding industry of the future, marine and offshore industries vice president Alain Houard joins host Phil Tarrant at Pacific 2019 to discuss what that future looks like.
Houard will discuss Dassault Systèmes’ previous Australian projects and explain the virtual shipyard program, revealing why it is breaking new ground by ensuring the development of the best possible product in the most cost-effective and environmentally minded manner. He will also address the importance of cultivating the right talent for upcoming defence projects, discuss the relationship between government and defence industry, and forecast Dassault Systèmes’ future Australian defence involvement.
Enjoy the podcast,
The Defence Connect team
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Episode 185: PODCAST: Embracing storytelling into your day-to-day life as a professional in defence industry – Chris Huet, Understood Consulting Services
Episode 184: PODCAST: Strengthening Australia’s defence capability – Sir Roger Carr, BAE Systems
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Episode 182: PODCAST: Supporting the defence workforce – Richard Price, Defence SA
Episode 181: PODCAST: Priorities for the defence industry – Matt Keogh, shadow defence industry minister
Episode 180: PODCAST: The need for a national security strategy – Senator Jim Molan
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