11 Feb 2016
Over 400 delegates at the ADM2016 Congress in Canberra this week heard a range of speakers set the tone for the year ahead.
In her inaugural address, Defence Minister Marise Payne pledged to reform the relationship between Defence and industry.
One of the big crowd pleasers of the ADM 2016 Congress was the disarmingly frank and largely positive panel discussion on the future of naval shipbuilding in Australia.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, which forms part of the Japanese team seeking to build Australia’s Future Submarine under Sea 1000, has committed to building its Soryu-derived design in Australia.
Raytheon Australia employee, Brodie Ryan, has been announced as the 2015 Australian Industry & Defence Network (AIDN) National Young Achiever in an awards ceremony.
Building plans for a new $750,000 facility set to position Tasmania as a world leader in underwater robotic technologies were revealed on Wednesday.
Welcome to our first newsletter hot on the heels of another successful ADM2016 Congress! We squeezed a lot into an action-packed day but the general consensus from the feedback received is that it was a very worthwhile experience.
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