Safran Electronics & Defense Australasia, Nova Systems Australia & New Zealand, and BAE Systems Australia have announced their consortium, Team SABRE, has been chosen to participate in the limited RFT for the LAND 125 Phase 4 Integrated Soldier System program.
Team SABRE's collective knowledge and experience as global leaders in soldier modernisation is a key to the joint effort according to Alexis de Pelleport, Safran Electronics & Defense Australasia’s CEO.
"A unique opportunity for the Australian soldier to benefit from the collective knowledge and experience of three globally recognised leaders in soldier modernisation, complex program delivery and autonomous systems,” de Pelleport said.
The collaborative effort will support the delivery and assurance of complex programs in the ADF environment, Steve Robinson, NOVA Systems Australia & New Zealand chief executive, added.
"Our experience supporting the delivery and assurance of complex programs in the ADF environment means that the warfighter will have more capability sooner," Robinson said.
"We’re very excited to be working alongside our partners Safran and BAE Systems to support the Commonwealth in delivering the L125-4 Program."
Team SABRE aims to deliver to deliver an optimal sovereign ISS solution, Brad Yelland, chief technology officer, BAE Systems Australia, affirmed.
"We are committed to bringing our diverse expertise in autonomous technologies and putting the best robotic and autonomous systems in the hands of the warfighter," he said.
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Nastasha is a Journalist at Momentum Media, she reports extensively across veterans affairs, cyber security and geopolitics in the Indo-Pacific. Previously, she was a Content Producer at Verizon Media, a Digital Producer for Yahoo! and Channel 7, a Digital Journalist at Sky News Australia, as well as a Website Manager and Digital Producer at SBS Australia. She started her career in media as a Video Producer and Digital News Presenter at News Corp Australia.