The ADF has embarked on two separate trials of Ocean Software products to manage their pharmaceuticals.
The assumption around Canberra is that an FMS case for the General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper is all but signed. more »
At the time of writing, the Land 400 program was half way through the risk mitigation activity (RMA) between Rheinmetall’s Boxer and the BAE Systems/Patria AMV35. ADM Editor Katherine Ziesing checked in with the industry players and program director to get an idea of what’s been happening.
Codarra began as a ‘pretty sure I can do it better’ idea from two Defence industry guys. Almost 30 years later, they’re still right.
As the RAN looks forward to trials with an embarked unmanned aerial system (UAS) under operational conditions in the middle of the year, further evaluation of both fixed and rotary wing platforms will continue to inform Project Sea 129 Phase 5, the service’s tactical maritime UAS program for both minor and major surface combatants.
CAE is a major provider of training and simulation services to the ADF and Ian Bell took up his role in January 2017. ADM's Deputy Editor-at-Large Nigel Pittaway recently spoke with him to learn more about the company's presence in Australia.
It’s no longer an add-on, it’s a fundamental industry capability.
While the Australian shipbuilding debate has centred on traditional centres Norship Marine business development executive Graham Wharton believes there are at least two north Australian cities missing.
There is room for improvement on how local companies engage with Defence and each other. more »
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ADM covers Surveillance in the Land Domain and weapons.
Editor Katherine Ziesing discusses local content, reviews the recent Essington Lewis awards and D+I conference, and SATCOMs.
Deputy Editor-at-Large Nigel Pittaway takes a look at Australia's overland ISR role for Australia's P-8A Poseidons and F-35 weapons.
Our Senior Correspondent Julian Kerr covers the Soldier Combat Ensemble and a BMD capability for the Navy's new destroyers.
Patrick Durrant ponders the future of Army tactical UAS and Philip Smart looks at the brains behind Australian Cubesats.
Finally, VP & GM CAE Defence (Middle East & AsiaPac) Ian Bell answers the tough questions in our From the Source interview.
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