28 Jul 2016
CASG chief Kim Gillis has announced that both BAE/Patria and Rheinmetall have been down selected to take part in the Risk Mitigation Activity (RMA) for Land 400 Phase 2.
The Commission has played down the benefits of a local build of submarines as well as the returns being made on significant investment in defence industry support programs.
Despite Minister Pyne's touring of key WA-based defence contractors this week, concern prevails on whether the state will receive a greater slice of the shipbuilding pie announced earlier this year.
Sage Automation and Navantia Australia have formally executed a Joint Venture Agreement creating local capability in naval automation and monitoring.
Raytheon Australia will provide $150,000 in sponsorship, over three years, to fund Soldier On’s Canberra based Reintegration Officer.
SA university researchers have developed simulation software that can rapidly modify existing combat strategies to improve established doctrine.
SA cabinet has been briefed on a new $1 million master plan for Techport Australia ahead of the commencement of $88 billion worth of naval shipbuilding contracts in 2018.
Northrop Grumman’s autonomous Global Hawk UAS has surpassed 200,000 flight hours.
OSI Maritime Systems has announced the signing of a contract to supply new radars as part of the RNZN Anzac Class FSU Project.
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