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 223: PODCAST: Working with industry to support AIC – Melissa Price MP, Minister for Defence Industry
Episode 222: PODCAST: Supporting Indigenous engagement and participation in defence – Norman Laing, Defence Indigenous Cultural Adviser
Episode 221: PODCAST: Innovation, R&D and national security – Dr Cathy Foley, CSIRO chief scientist
Episode 220: PODCAST: Building organic Australian capabilities – Keith Johnson, Leidos Australia
Episode 219: INSIGHT: Life after politics – Christopher Pyne, Pyne and Partners
Episode 218: INSIGHT: An Army in motion – Lieutenant General Rick Burr, AO, DSC, MVO
Episode 217: INSIGHT: Maximising local industry content and our advantages in the Indo-Pacific – Matt Keogh, shadow minister for defence industry
Episode 216: INSIGHT: Chief of Air Force on shaping the RAAF to meet an evolving strategic environment
Episode 215: INSIGHT: Capability development, interoperability and the US-Australia relationship – Mark Weinrich, US Marine Attaché, US embassy, Canberra
Episode 214: PODCAST: Maintaining agility through COVID-19 – Grant Sanderson, Electro Optic Systems