Cobham has commenced a strategic review of Cobham Aviation Services ahead of a possible buyout.

Thales has bought bankrupt Hawkei engine manufacturer Steyr Motors.

GDLSA has committed to creating an AFV Centre of Excellence in support of its Land 400 Phase 3 tender.

Defence has announced that IBM had been selected to do the initial design phase of the billion dollar Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) program, getting the ball rolling after a hiatus.

The scale, uncertainty, interdependency and emergent nature of ADF investments represents a high level of complexity. Defence personnel, and the companies in their supply chain, need the skills to manage complex projects.

Schiebel Pacific has opened its new office and workshop at the Albatross Aviation Technical Park in Nowra, right next door to the RAN and local partner Air Affairs Australia.

Raytheon and United Technologies have announced a merger into a new company called Raytheon Technologies Corporation.

We continue our series on export control regulations with an article detailing some of the initial steps Australian companies can take to ensure compliance.

Following the acquisition of Thales Calibrations Services in late 2018, Keysight has opened a new calibration site in Mulgrave, Victoria.

Thanks to fatigue management and overhaul techniques developed by RUAG in Australia, the RAAF has been able to keep the aircraft in the air longer and for less dollars.

BAE Systems Australia has celebrated the production of the 15,000th titanium part produced at Edinburgh Parks.

NIOA has commenced operations at the Commonwealth-owned munitions facility at Benalla.

Australian robotics start-up Chironix has secured a US military contract to develop and demonstrate a system that will significantly improve outcomes for casualties in the field.

The 2019 Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace exhibition (LIMA 19) was held on the Malaysian resort island on March 26-28.

The advanced manufacturing test bed facility at Flinders’ Tonsley Innovation District is expected to explore the application of new technologies.

Australian defence industry has a strong top and a large bottom – but why so hollow in the middle?