ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing reflects on the pros and cons of the new suite of Defence policy documents released this week. Read more
The membership means Macquarie can now submit for tenders relevant to its government, cloud, telecommunications and data centre services and products.
Boeing says it will replicate its established Australian Industry Content (AIC) model if the AH-64E Apache is selected for Australia’s armed reconnaissance helicopter replacement under Land 4503.
Aurecon has been appointed by Defence to deliver its per-and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) management and remediation plan at HMAS Albatross.
Gilmour Space Technologies company has reached another milestone in its mission to launch small satellites to space by 2022 with a successful hot-fire of their hybrid rocket engine.
Sydney City Marine achieves ADF certification for RAN ship docking at their Sydney Harbour facility.
For the first time, the Wide Area Surveillance System Program Office (WASSPO) hosted a webinar for the regular industry briefing program.
ADM dives into the future of upgraded Phalanx systems for more than just the AWDs.
EOS has committed over $750,000 towards establishing a permanent EOS Professorial Chair in Microwave and Photonic Engineering and Applied Electromagnetics at the University of Queensland.
A new Australian Space Robotics, Automation, and AI Command Control Complex will build on Australia’s strengths as a leader in remote asset management.
The University of Queensland Business School is working with the ADF to address the growing challenges created by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.
XTEK and Skykraft Pty Ltd have been awarded an Australian Space Agency (ASA) grant for the development of a SmallSats constellation launch stack.
Melbourne based Swoop Aero, the aeromedical logistics company, has closed a Series A funding round with returning investors Right Click Capital and Tempus Partners, following a year of continued global momentum.
Rolls Royce looks at a range of different power and engine technologies in the wake of the upcoming 100 year anniversary of the RAAF.
Three local Australian companies have been awarded grants and work under the New Air Combat Capability – Industry Support Program to support JSF manufacturing in country.
The Royal Australian Navy’s latest upgrade of the Mark 15 Phalanx Close-in Weapon System (CIWS) has reached a major milestone by achieving Initial Operating Capability (IOC).