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13 Apr 2018
PODCAST: Eye in the sky, Keirin Joyce, LTCOL – SO1 UAS, Army UAS (Drone) Sub-Program Manager
While drones are growing in popularity for recreational and commercial applications, Australia is currently one of the leaders in utilising this game-...
6 Apr 2018
PODCAST: Equipping Australia’s fighting force, Graham Evenden, director integrated weapons and sensors, Thales Australia
For over 100 years, Lithgow in NSW has been a centerpiece to Australia’s sovereign arms manufacturing capabilities  – with the armament factory e...
29 Mar 2018
PODCAST: De-risking the Type 26 vessel, Nigel Stewart, SEA 5000 managing director, BAE Systems
“We are de-risking a lot of the Type 26 equipment on the Type 23 in the UK, which gives us confidence. But I think... with the Australian program ru...
22 Mar 2018
PODCAST: Driving Australia’s defence industry at home and abroad, The Hon Christopher Pyne MP, Minister for Defence Industry
Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne is tasked with enhancing collaboration and connectivity between defence and industry, and overseeing t...
15 Mar 2018
PODCAST: Fixing veteran unemployment, Tom Moore, WithYouWithMe, co-founder and CEO
“We thought that we could definitely have a crack at fixing that unemployment rate and underemployment rate. When we looked at the figures initially...
8 Mar 2018
PODCAST: More than just a builder of tanks and trucks, Gary Stewart, managing director, Rheinmetall Defence
Rheinmetall Defence Australia has made headlines recently as the industry awaits the announcement of the successful LAND 400 Phase 2 competitor. ...
22 Feb 2018
PODCAST: Building long-term capability for defence and industry through LAND 400, Brian Gathright, vice president of business development, BAE Systems Australia
LAND 400 Phase 2 will deliver the Australian Army 225 highly-capable combat reconnaissance vehicles (CRVs) to replace the aging ASLAVs in a project wo...
15 Feb 2018
PODCAST: Shaping the conversation in defence industry, Kate Louis, head of defence and industry policy, Australian Industry Group
“Australian Industry Group Defence Council working with Defence is really about recognising defence industry as that fundamental input to capability...
8 Feb 2018
PODCAST: Technology transfer in naval shipbuilding, Sean Costello, director, Fincantieri Australia
This week on the Defence Connect Podcast, former CEO of Naval Group Australia Sean Costello joins us in his new role as director of Fincantieri Austra...
6 Feb 2018
PODCAST: Taking the reins of a defence prime, Gabby Costigan, BAE Systems Australia, CEO
“Right now in Australia, within the defence industry ... although we’re competitors, we work together, and we can work together well. Those partne...
1 Feb 2018
PODCAST: A smooth transition to defence industry – Colin Thorne, partner, engineering and asset management, KPMG
Colin Thorne joined KPMG Australia’s management consulting division in November 2015 to lead its engineering and asset management advisory business ...
25 Jan 2018
PODCAST: Leading from the front in defence industry, Warren King, chairman, Navantia Australia
“Industry has come from a background of they’ve had to pursue projects on a project-by-project basis, and the department has pretty much let contr...
18 Jan 2018
PODCAST: From the scullery to the Senate, Rex Patrick, senator for South Australia
Newly minted senator for South Australia and former submariner Rex Patrick is already making waves within Parliament and Defence, and this week he joi...
11 Jan 2018
PODCAST: Finding the right signal in Defence, Livia Brady, managing director, Rojone
This week on the Defence Connect Podcast, Rojone managing director Livia Brady takes us through the ins and outs of running a successful business in ...
28 Dec 2017
PODCAST: Manufacturing the future for defence SMEs, Medhat Wassaf, Milspec Manufacturing & AIDN NSW
“Defence is making it clear to all the primes, local and international, that they do need to engage local industry and to engage them in meaningful ...
21 Dec 2017
PODCAST: Unmanned surface vessels and the future of Navy, Robert Dane, OCIUS Technology
“We can be listening under the sea. We can be observing with cameras the surface of the ocean. We can be listening with electronic sensors for other...
14 Dec 2017
PODCAST: The art of influence, Nicole Matejic, Info Ops HQ
This week on the Defence Connect Podcast, social media expert Nicole Matejic joins us to discuss the growing influence of social media in the defence ...
7 Dec 2017
PODCAST: The industrial dating service, Peter Webster, Industry Capability Network NSW
“I know we’re winning a lot of work. We haven’t got the headline jobs, where they’re building the submarines, the land forces contracts ... Th...
4 Dec 2017
PODCAST: Expanding UK business interests in Australian defence industry, Stephen Phipson CBE, DIT DSO
UK-Australian defence collaboration has always been strong, supported by a shared history, alliance, commonality of objectives and a deep understandin...
30 Nov 2017
PODCAST: Defending the defence industry, Daniel Mendoza-Jones, Mendoza Legal and Consulting founder
This week on the Defence Connect Podcast, founder of Mendoza Legal and Consulting and legal officer for the Royal Australian Air Force Reserves Daniel...

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