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RUAG Australia has been awarded full patent rights in Australia, Europe, the US and Canada for its “Methods for Treating Aircraft Structures”.

Three new grants totalling almost $400,000 have been awarded under a scheme aimed at boosting exports for Australian businesses.

Defence is teaming with BAE Systems Australia and the University of Adelaide to boost interest in the study of high-frequency radar technology in a move aimed at building the number of specialist-trained engineers.

Spiral Blue has been awarded a contract from the Defence Innovation Hub to develop Vessel Detect, a lightweight system for processing satellite images to detect vessels in large areas of ocean.

The public Australian Industry Capability (AIC) Plan for the first phase of the Hunter Class Frigate Program has been released.

Team Downer is a Major Service Provider for CASG and a new Corporate Partner to the International Centre for Complex Project Management (ICCPM).

Small Sydney-based business Cirrus Real Time Processing Systems has been awarded a three-year, $7.5 million contract to improve the RAN's training system capacity.

CASG Deputy Secretary Tony Fraser and ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing have announced the winners of the Essington Lewis awards today at the virtual D+I conference.

Airbus Australia Pacific managing director Andrew Mathewson last week called for an open competition for Land 4503 following reports that Defence is negotiating a sole-source acquisition.

The new Satellite Ground Station near Geraldton, WA is now operational.

Leidos Australia has called for SMEs to join its response for Sea 129 Phase 5, which intends to acquire a new Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance and Targeting (ISR&T) capability for the RAN.

The second biggest contract ever awarded by the Defence Innovation Hub is among nine new contracts worth more than $28 million to have been signed with organisations across Australia.

TAE Aerospace has signed an agreement with Rolls-Royce to provide in country maintenance support services on the Adour Mk871 engine that powers the RAAF’s Hawk Lead In Fighter.

As HMAS Hobart sailed into Sydney this week, it marked the final ship arriving home after a busy Regional Presence Deployment 2020.

Rheinmetall has announced an export order in excess of $150 million dollars from Australia to the Hungarian Armed Forces to supply digital Lance turrets.

Silentium Defence has secured a $3.2m contract from the Department of Defence to further advance, deploy and demonstrate its MAVERICK S-series passive radar system for Space Domain Awareness.