30 Jul 2015
Insitu president and CEO Ryan Hartman confirmed to Australian media this week that Insitu will be supporting a Navy trial of ScanEagle.
The option of using the Navantia-designed hull of the Hobart class Air Warfare Destroyers (AWDs) as the basis for the proposed Future Frigate that will replace the RAN’s Anzac class fleet has been quietly dropped, according to informed sources.
Boeing Defence Australia has accepted the first of 15 Airbus Helicopters H135 training helicopters to be procured under JP9000 Phase 7 for the joint Army/Navy Helicopter Aircrew Training System (HATS).
German sub maker TKMS has reiterated its intention to build submarines in Australia should it be selected as the preferred partner on Sea 1000.
The Canadian government has awarded Rheinmetall two major orders for army
technology, whose total volume could reach $520 million.
Airbus Defence and Space has announced that the planned 67,000 km move of the Skynet 5A satellite over the Asia Pacific region is on track.
29 Jul 2015
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