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1 May 2022
Dedicated networks to support defence operational activities
For organisation with mission-critical operations, traditional approaches are under serious challenge by the reality there is no “one size fits all...
28 Apr 2022
Engineering focus to establish Babcock as maritime regional hub
Babcock Australasia is building upon its Maritime Engineering and Naval Architecture capability to establish the company as a regional hub in the Asia...
20 Apr 2022
World leading defence precinct takes flight at Newcastle
Off the back of the recent 2022-23 budget announcements and $55 million commitment to upgrade and expand Newcastle Airport’s international passenger...
7 Apr 2022
Mining defence industry gems in regional Tasmania
Tasmania is fast-becoming a defence industry treasure-trove, with stakeholders increasingly identifying opportunities to harness the island-state’s ...
25 Mar 2022
Elexon Electronics forges future in Defence
Elexon Electronics has invested a further $1.9m in developing its state-of-the-art Industry 4.0 defence and aerospace manufacturing facility by securi...
2 Mar 2022
If you do not have interoperability, you do not have an alliance
Systematic founder and CEO Michael Holm writes about the threats he sees Australia facing as he returns to a badly shaken Europe. ...
25 Feb 2022
How Vocus empowers defence communications
Critical defence systems demand a secure fibre network with the capacity, performance and availability needed to meet the most rigorous requirements. ...
28 Jan 2022
Why digital transformation is vital in defence
Promoted by Getac Historically, the defence sector has always been known to be at the forefront of technological innovation. Conflict has often been ...
13 Dec 2021
CAE is transforming training with live and virtual integration
With more fifth-generation multi-mission aircraft entering service worldwide, it is vital that crews are trained to the highest possible standards so ...
1 Dec 2021
Find out why Seaworthiness is Everybody’s Business
Knowing your role and your responsibilities. Knowing that you’re part of a community that communicates to share its respective experiences to ensure...
25 Nov 2021
Teledyne FLIR Introduces Neutrino SX8 Mid-Wavelength Infrared Camera Module and Four Neutrino IS Series Models with Integrated Continuous Zoom Lenses
With High Operating Temperature (HOT) Focal Plane Array (FPA) Technology for Faster Imaging and Multiple Integrated Continuous Zoom (CZ) Lens Options,...
22 Nov 2021
The Changed Nature in Missile Defence
Current threats require the ability to quickly detect short or long range launches from anywhere in the region, at any time, and with high confidence....
16 Nov 2021
Advanced manufacturing: Elexon Electronics gearing up to the next level
A Brisbane-based electronics designer and manufacturer reaching another milestone in their defence-ready growth plan. ...
28 Oct 2021
Evidence-based decision support for Integrated Air and Missile Defence
Testing guided weapons and missiles in the real world is a risky activity. Look to the experts in Modelling, Simulation and Analysis (MSA) for Defence...
28 Oct 2021
Delivering a combat edge: Babcock’s bid for LAND 125 Phase 4
As a candidate Industry Partner for LAND 125 Phase 4 Integrated Soldier System (ISS), Babcock Australasia’s unique approach places Australian requir...
28 Oct 2021
Continuing the Talk on Defence Seaworthiness
The Office of the Defence Seaworthiness Regulator (ODSwR) is changing its model for engaging with the Defence Seaworthiness Regulated and Defence Mari...
27 Oct 2021
The Challenge of Technology Acquisition for Government
President of Palantir Technology Australia, Dr. Mike Kelly, reflects on the Defence Data Strategy and how we can accelerate procurement decisions by i...
26 Oct 2021
MQ-9B SkyGuardian – RPA system with multi-domain versatility
Defence Project Air 7003 will deliver up to 12 MQ-9B SkyGuardian Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) systems for support to the Joint Force in the Land an...
5 Oct 2021
From Step-up to stepping up capabilities: Northern Queensland’s contribution to defence
How Northern Queensland is supporting Australia’s defence capabilities to promote long-term security and stability in the Indo-Pacific region. ...
28 Sep 2021
Tasmania grows New Zealand market with sale of tactical watercraft
Tasmanian company PFG has cracked open the naval seaboat market securing a contract with The Royal New Zealand Navy for advanced 12.5 metre 'Sentinel'...

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