Having previously covered his role as capture leader for the SEA 5000 program, David Eyles of Thales again joins host Phil Tarrant on the Defence Connect Podcast to discuss multi-static technology, the developments that it has seen since its inception, and how it will be utilised in the roll out of the Type 26 Hunter Class frigate.
Eyles will address the operational benefits that can result from utilising the technology, compare bi-statics with multi-statics, and reflect on some of the challenges that have arisen in developing the technology.
Finally, they will discuss cross integration of the technology within Defence, the transfer of information through multi-statics, and Thales’ role in creating technology today for the Defence Force of tomorrow.
Enjoy the podcast,
The Defence Connect team
Listen to previous episodes of the Defence Connect podcast:
Episode 213: INSIGHT: Lessons on national security from a career in diplomacy – Dave Sharma MP
Episode 212: PODCAST: From micro-business to leading distributor - Graeme Bulte, Aquaterro
Episode 211: PODCAST: Supporting Australia’s veterans and service personnel - Jason Scanes, Forsaken Fighters
Episode 210: PODCAST: Bolstering domestic capabilities in the wake of coronavirus – Robert Nioa, NIOA
Episode 209: PODCAST: Providing an agile workforce to the defence industry – Drew Horsell, Horsell, and Jon Westerland, KBR
Episode 208: INSIGHT: COVID-19 implications on national sovereignty - the Hon. David Fawcett
Episode 207: PODCAST: Collaboration between scientists, industry and government – Tanya Monro, Defence Science and Technology
Episode 206: PODCAST: Celebrating two decades of homegrown Australian ingenuity - Jim Whalley and Steve Robinson, Nova Systems
Episode 205: PODCAST: Teaming up to support the COVID-19 frontline – Ben Barona, Defence Science and Technology, and Craig Maynard, Axiom Precision Manufacturing
Episode 204: PODCAST: Building the nation’s intellectual edge – MAJGEN Mick Ryan AM, Australian Defence College