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Rheinmetall Defence Australia has signed a five year strategic research and development alliance agreement with DST to develop autonomous vehicle systems for land based platforms.

Rheinmetall and NIOA will establish a new artillery manufacturing facility in regional Queensland under an agreement with the Commonwealth.

Boeing has teamed up with subcontractor Kratos and CASG to equip the Army with the most sophisticated Chinook maintenance training system outside of the US.

The NSW government launched the Defence Innovation Network (DIN) at Parliament House in Sydney on Tuesday, bringing together industry and academia to boost the state's defence sector.

Reconciliation Australia has joined Broadspectrum to launch the company’s fourth Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) at Chinchilla in Queensland.

BenchOn has been nominated to be part of the Sage Power 50, an inaugural collection of businesses that is a unique showcase of 50 leading veteran run or owned businesses from across Australia, the UK, US, and Canada.

Civmec has announced that two important milestones have been achieved at its Henderson facility.

L3 Oceania, a division of L3 Technologies, is expanding its repair centre facilities in Brisbane to enable increased capability for the sustainment of systems in Australia.

NIOA has recently acquired 300 acres of industrial zoned land adjacent to the government owned munitions manufacturing plant at Benalla Victoria.

The NSW government has announced $11.7 million in funding to create a defence, aviation, aerospace and technology precinct in the Hunter region.

ADM spoke with Clint Evans of Nowra-based SME Global Defence Solutions at Land Forces about the benefits of bringing work back to Australia, the art of patience, and the challenges faced by SMEs.

TAE Aerospace announced at Land Forces that it has acquired the rights to take over the operations of Victorian-based Kidde Aerospace and Defence Australia.

Applications have opened for the third edition of the Australian Military Sales Catalogue, providing an opportunity for Australian defence companies to showcase their capabilities around the globe.

In the latest announcement to come out of Land Forces, Australian company NIOA is to take up a tenancy at the Commonwealth-owned munitions factory at Benalla.

The plethora of seminars and conferences available at the Land Forces event next month has lost a contender; an industry brief on the ERP program has disappeared.