27 Aug 2015
Industry representatives attended the Japanese Government and Industry Sea 1000 briefing at the Defence Teaming Centre.
Last week’s SimTect 2015, held in Adelaide, brought together more than 800 delegates from as far away as Ecuador to see the state of simulation in Australia.
Following trials with eight contenders, the New Zealand Defence Force has selected what is believed to be a US-manufactured 5.56mm AR15/M4-type rifle to replace its in-service Austeyrs.
Project Sea 1354 Phase 1 Submarine Rescue Service (SRS) has been granted First Pass government approval to solicit the market with an invitation to register (ITR) now out.
Oshkosh Defense has been awarded a $US6.7 billion firm fixed price production contract to manufacture the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) for US Forces.
Austal Limited announced it has delivered record revenue and earnings for the year ended 30 June 2015, with net profit after tax of $53.2 million, a 66.8 per cent increase on FY2014.
A mobile communications system that allows users to connect easily and securely to classified networks from anywhere in the world has taken out the 2015 Eureka Prize for Outstanding Science in Safeguarding Australia.
A $2.5 million Federal Government grant to BAE Systems Australia will be used to develop its work on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program and target new work machining parts for aircraft engines.
Airbus Defence and Space has demonstrated Sferion, a pilot assistance system to protect helicopters in restricted visibility conditions, during a series of live flights at its International Training Centre in Bückeburg, Germany.
This week the Japanese Future Submarine delegation have been strutting their stuff in Adelaide and attempted to put paid to the rumours that have been circulating on alleged favouritism and an alleged "Captain's pick". ADM Philip Smart was there to hear what they had to say and also paid a visit to the SimTecT 2015.
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