BAE Systems Australia has opened a laboratory to develop new technology that will be ‘the brains’ of the upgraded Jindalee Operational Radar Network (JORN). Read more
Two SA companies have have agreed to work together in delivering the first fully Australian designed, developed, launched and operated Defence electronic warfare satellite system.
The argument for self-propelled guns has been sharpened, but it is unclear how 30 guns will be split across the ADF and whether Hanwha will choose to partner with Raytheon on the build.
"That team of 12 took less than 48 hours to completely unpack the Blue Force. They had unit nomenclature, unit locations and in some cases unit intent."
BAE Systems is seeking Qualified Flying Instructors for its training contract with the Royal Saudi Air Force.
Lockheed Martin has developed a new weapons rack for USAF F-35As and USN F-35Cs that allows the aircraft to carry two additional AIM-120 air-to-air missiles.
Everyone agrees that government and industry collaboration is key for effective cybersecurity, but deciding exactly what this looks like, how it is to be achieved and when it will happen has taken a while.
NIOA has commenced operations at the Commonwealth-owned munitions facility at Benalla.
Australian robotics start-up Chironix has secured a US military contract to develop and demonstrate a system that will significantly improve outcomes for casualties in the field.
Innovative businesses and individuals were recognised this week at the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards.
RUAG Australia’s Neil Matthews has received the Defence Industry Service Commendation for his work on additive metal technology.
The government is resuscitating a program to acquire self-propelled howitzers for the Army with signs of support from Labor.
The ADF has deployed a small number of military personnel to the Korean Peninsula following a request from UN Command.
The first Arafura-class vessel has reached a significant milestone with the ceremonial keel laying at the Osborne Naval Shipyard.
The Defence Innovation Network is offering matched grants of up to $50,000 to help NSW companies turn smart concepts into reality.