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Thales Australia has signed an agreement to continue the supply of small arms ammunition and explosive ordnance to the NZDF.

JFD has set new global benchmarks for international submarine rescue following the successful completion of rigorous exercises off the coast of WA.

The final aircraft from the Air Force Pilatus PC-21 fleet has been officially welcomed at RAAF Base East Sale in Victoria under Air 5428.

Kongsberg Defence Australia, with the support of Indra Australia, is currently showcasing its Remote Towers solution at RAAF Amberley.

A joint research agreement to define a Precise Point Positioning (PPP) service channel and standardisation of message format has been signed by Thales and RMIT University.

Kongsberg has entered into a contract with Germany's Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment to deliver a counter UAS solution based on the Protector Remote Weapon Station.

A new $5 million Defence Industry Hub will be collocated alongside Ipswich innovators and entrepreneurs at a burgeoning innovation hub in the city’s CBD.

The US Army has awarded a contract valued at $USD 11 million to Rheinmetall Protection Systems and Unified Business Technologies (UBT) for significant testing of the StrikeShield Active Protection System (APS).

Like Australia’s Defence Industry Security Program, the US Cybersecurity Maturity Model Compliance is a multi-tiered framework where each level of capability builds upon the one below it.

Australian refrigeration specialist Cold Logic and UK naval refrigeration supplier Ernest West & Beynon have signed an exclusive memorandum of understanding for work on the Hunter class frigates.

The ADF has taken the next step in its enduring relationship with the Armed Forces of the Philippines with Operation Augury-Philippines transitioning to an Enhanced Defence Cooperation Program on 1 December, 2019.

Accenture has acquired Apis Group, a privately held Australian consultancy.

BGIS is trialling innovative new Seabin technology at the Garden Island naval base.

Robotics and AI sensor business Advanced Navigation has raised $20 million in a Series A round.

The Australian Space Agency has signed an agreement with Thales, announced Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews.