Defence Suppliers News

DECO has unveiled a new industrial arm of its business.

WB Group has signed a formal distribution agreement with Australian partner CABLEX to offer Warmate, a loitering munition system for the ADF.

Penske New Zealand has opened the doors to its new Christchurch facility.

Metal additive manufacturing company Titomic has partnered with TAUV to produce Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), soldier systems and smart armour using digital manufacturing.

Schiebel is expanding its flagship facility in Wiener Neustadt, Austria, to meet the growing demand for its Camcopter S-100.

Viasat's Mobile Broadband Router (MBR)-4020 airborne modem has successfully completed the Army Forces Strategic Command (ARSTRAT) certification process.

Barrett Communications have recently been awarded a contract to supply the Tanzania Wildlife Management Authority (TAWA) with HF radio communications.

US Marines and US Navy Seabees jointly deployed a WFEL Medium Girder Bridge (MGB) in Norway during the largest NATO exercise in more than 16 years.

Frequentis Comsoft has hosted the first Surveillance Data Distribution Solution Networking Group.

Codan Radio Communications has announced the Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) certification for its Sentry-H High Frequency Radio.

Leidos Australia confirmed it has been awarded a $4.2 million contract with the UK National Archives.

Dell has launched the next generation of Dell Rugged notebooks, available through Defence Supplier Forward IT.

Belkin has announced the immediate availability of its NIAP Protection Profile PSS 3.0 certified (listing pending) Universal Secure Keyboard, Video, and Mouse (KVM) switches.

A number of Defence Suppliers have been selected as finalists for the Optus My Business Awards 2018 in the new category for Defence Business of the Year.

Moog Australia has officially transitioned from Moog Inc.’s Industrial Group to its Space and Defence Group.