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29 May 2018

MESMER selected for final round of US Special Ops counter-drone competition

Following successful trials, Department 13’s (D13) counter-unmanned aerial systems (UAS) capability, MESMER, has been selected to participate in the...
badgerys creek
28 May 2018
Defence key to ‘once in a generation’ opportunity for western Sydney
Aerospace and defence businesses are being encouraged to invest in what has been dubbed the NSW ‘Aerotropolis’ as federal, state and local govern...
pd   black hornet nano uas
24 May 2018
Unmanned aerial systems rolled out by Australian Army
Following the completion of the Black Hornet Nano UAS program, unmanned aerial systems will soon be rolled out to Australian Army soldiers in Brisban...
23 May 2018
UAV company increases Australian focus, partners with local businesses
UMS SKELDAR, a provider of rotary unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) solutions and avionics software, has taken on a number of in-country initiatives to ...
11 May 2018
Plan provides welcome support for Australia’s Defence Industry
Promoted by Last month I attended the launch of the 2018 Defence Industrial Capability Plan. I have always been a strong supporter of close collabo...
10 May 2018
Israeli aerostat company looks to grow presence in Australia
RT LTA Systems has partnered with an unnamed local partner to lease its aerostats on a pay-by-the-hour plan to defence, border security and research c...
8 May 2018
More questions raised over OneSKY project
OneSKY, the $1.2 billion project to integrate Australia’s military and civilian air traffic control systems, is back in the spotlight despite recent...
7 May 2018
S-100 UAS gets maritime surface search capability
Schiebel and Oceanwatch have successfully integrated a small target detection payload onto the CAMCOPTER S-100 unmanned aerial system (UAS). ...
4 May 2018
Australian Growlers underflying: Chief of Air Force
Insufficient infrastructure has led to Australia's EA-18G Growlers' 41 per cent flying shortfall for the 2016-17 year, Chief of Air Force Air Marshal ...
3 May 2018
F-35A training equipment delivered to Australia
The first delivery of Australia's training equipment for the Joint Strike Fighter has touched down at RAAF Base Williamtown. ...

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