The largest ever software grant in Australia will help develop the workforce of the future across the entire work lifecycle from apprenticeships to PhDs. more »
Of all the vessels outlined in the continuous shipbuilding plan, the OPVs have received relatively little attention compared to the Future Frigate and Future Submarine. With the build split between Adelaide and WA for political reasons, much of the capability discussion has been lost.
XTEK has embarked on an extensive engineering development program to develop innovative and unique products that can be commercialised for sale in both the local and global markets.
Once regarded as the poor relation in Defence acquisition expenditure, Army is now benefitting, or preparing to benefit, from a series of programs that will dramatically enhance capability in the Land domain.
The Future Submarine is Defence’s biggest and most complex acquisition program to date with the Commonwealth choosing France’s Naval Group as their international partner for the design and build program. ADM Editor Katherine Ziesing caught up with Naval Group Australia CEO Brent Clark to have a look at how the program is progressing in its early stages.
Gary Stewart will lead the integrated business that will include the existing operations of RDA, Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles Australia, Rheinmetall Electronic Solutions Australia and Logistic Solutions Australia.
Chief of Air Force Air Marshal Gavin 'Leo' Davies has described the implementation of the new Defence Aviation Safety Regulations (DASR) as a ‘seminal moment’, which has fundamentally changed the way military aviation safety is overseen.
The unknown unknowns, when it comes to Defence and the wider Defence industry, come down to asymmetric information. Who does what, where, how, with whom? more »
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ADM covers Simulation and Underwater Technology.
Editor Katherine Ziesing reports from Israel on the Heron TP, and questions whether the Defence approach towards simulation is broad enough; she also takes a look at planning for ASW systems.
Deputy-Editor-at-Large Nigel Pittaway provides a comprehensive wrap of news from the Paris Air Show and Senior Correspondent Julian Kerr talks to key personnel for an update on the Sea 1000 Future Submarine program.
Philip Smart reports on LVC as experienced by the RAAF during exercises like Coalition Virtual Flag and puts the SME Spotlight on Defence 3D.
Patrick Durrant visits Boeing's Joint Battle Management - Development Environment and considers the potential and challenges for unmanned maritime systems.
Talking From the Source this month is CEO Naval Group Australia, Brent Clark. View the digital edition here.