In our July 2018 edition, ADM covers Surveillance in the Land Domain as Army fields new nano UASs. This edition also looks at weapons systems, including anti-tank guided missiles and Tiger helicopters.
Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing leads with comments on Australia’s new national space agency, which launched on July 1st. The agency will be a front door for space in Australia – a coordinating body that will help indigenous industry gain global credibility.
Deputy Editor at large Nigel Pittaway delves into the EDTAS symposium on human biotechnologies, Army’s new nano UAS capabilies, and preparations for RAAF’s Exercise Pitch Black. Nigel also asks who is killing the troubled Tiger helicopters as industry begins to think about its replacement.
Senior Editor Julian Kerr compares Spike and MMR anti-tank guided missiles following news that the former has been selected for Land 400 Phase 2, Max Blenkin looks at Israel’s space experience as an example for Australia and the Global Supply Chain program, and a Special Correspondent examines the threat posed by foreign intelligence to Australian secrets.
Our From the Source interviewee this month is Mark Sander, president of the Submarine Institute of Australia.
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