Leidos has joined the Global Supply Chain (GSC) Program, which utilises multi-national defence companies’ international supply chains to identify opportunities for Australian companies. Read more
Australia and NZ were amongst the first states to mark the centenary of the Armistice that ended World War I this weekend.
The ADF’s Armaments Systems Program Office (ARMTSPO) recently commissioned NIOA to undertake suitability trials for a specialist weapon coating system called EC Paint.
The DTC and AIDN National will formally join Ai Group's Defence Council National Executive.
ASC has signed separate agreements with Jeumont and Saab on submarine design and service delivery for the Collins-class, the Future Submarines, and Sweden's A-26 class submarines.
Thales will sponsor a PhD at UniSA to find ways to ensure that the operator remains central in the maritime mission as increased levels of AI are introduced into service.
It’s been six years since G-Wagons began rolling out across the Army. 2016 saw the last of 2,146 vehicles delivered to Army to replace two-thirds of the Land Rover fleet under Land 121 Phase 3A (with the remainder to be replaced by Hawkei under Phase 4).
Australia is about to build a new class of submarines, which will probably be in service well beyond 2050. How is their world likely to change over that long life span? What forces are currently driving submarine technology?
The Pentagon has grounded the global fleet of F-35 fighter jets following a crash in South Carolina.
ASX-listed company Kleos Space has announced the signature of a second Memorandum of Understanding with Airbus, as both companies investigate opportunities to collaborate for the in-space manufacture of structural elements.
One of my big concerns this year has been the varying levels of effective communication between Defence and industry.
Two years on from the move that saw Leidos Australia, ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing spoke with Chief Executive Christine Zeitz about where the business has come from and where it’s headed as it continues its transformation into a true systems integration business.
EOS Defence Systems has been crowned double winner at the 2018 ACT Chief Minister’s Export Awards.