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23 Jun 2017
DMTC chief exec hails DIPS, Innovation Hub
Mark Hodge, chief executive of the Defence Materials Technology Centre, has talked up the benefits of the Defence Industry Policy Statement, which wa...
defence releases request for information on f   components
23 Jun 2017
Defence releases request for information on F-35 components
The Department of Defence’s Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG) has released a request for information (RFI) relating to F-35A Joint...
23 Jun 2017
Remotely piloted aircraft to receive upgrade
Aviation leader Rockwell Collins has been selected by General Atomics Aeronautical Systems (GA-ASI) to upgrade the Predator B remotely piloted aircra...
23 Jun 2017
Drones complete successful qualification flights
Austrian-based company Schiebel Group has announced its Camcopter S-100 Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) has successfully completed qualification flights ...
22 Jun 2017
Maestrano CEO urges rethink of innovation approach
Maestrano chief executive and co-founder Stephane Ibos has called for the Australian government to emulate key business practices around fostering in...
22 Jun 2017
Prime forecasts growth in aerospace services market
An aerospace leader has this week released a forecast for aerospace services demand, projecting the need for expansive services over the next 10 year...
22 Jun 2017
Defence industry pitches to Hunter Valley students
One hundred Hunter Valley high school students will have the opportunity to learn more about the future opportunities in defence at a two-day careers ...
22 Jun 2017
DST Group wins three South Australian iAwards
Defence Science Technology (DST) Group’s Trustworthy Systems team has taken out three South Australian iAwards across research and development, infr...
21 Jun 2017
DCNS CEO: ASC will be consumed by DCNS
There are fears Australia’s naval industry sovereign capability could be under threat, with French firm DCNS declaring it will act as both architect...
21 Jun 2017
Fears FSP local contribution could be just 60%
South Australian Senator Nick Xenophon has said “damning evidence” presented at a Senate hearing has suggested DCNS has backed away from its initi...
21 Jun 2017
Australia falling behind in mastering complexity
An innovative defence industry has more wide-ranging benefits than just defence. Many of the most popular features in electronic devices have been fun...
21 Jun 2017
Williamtown Aerospace Centre welcomes new company
Australian company Dexata has announced it has established a new office in the Williamtown Aerospace Centre (WAC). ...
21 Jun 2017
Same companies, new names
Two defence companies have announced changes to their names, effective immediately. ...
21 Jun 2017
Australia to withdraw reservation barring women from combat roles
Following a public hearing by the treaties committee into opportunities for women to serve in combat roles within the Australian Defence Force, Austr...
20 Jun 2017
F-35As resume flying operations
Australia’s JSF F-35As, attached to the US 56th Fighter Wing, will resume local F-35A flight operations on Wednesday, 21 June following an 11-day ...
20 Jun 2017
Steel cut for Australia’s supply ships
The first cut of the steel being used to build the Auxiliary Oiler and Replenishment ships (AORs) for the Royal Australian Navy has been undertaken, f...
20 Jun 2017
Risky business – building up capacity and capabilities
As preparation towards the build of Australia’s 12 Future Submarines gears up, DCNS Australia’s chief executive Brent Clark reflected on what li...
20 Jun 2017
Canberra-based company to bring robots to state police force
Xtek has announced it has been awarded a $1.7 million contract to supply two explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) robots to a state police force. ...
20 Jun 2017
Cyber Range simulation training centre opens ahead of 2020 Olympics
A new Cyber Range training facility in Toranomon, Tokyo, has been opened to provide hands-on training for cyber security professionals. ...
19 Jun 2017
LAND 400 project begins air transportability trials
Phase 2 of the Australian Army's largest-ever defence procurement project, LAND 400, has gone to Canberra for air transportability trials. ...

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