• Boeing’s local development of key components of the system, such as the Tactical Services Router, seen here within the Network Access Module has resulted in technology that is world beating. Credit: ADM Patrick Durrant
    Boeing’s local development of key components of the system, such as the Tactical Services Router, seen here within the Network Access Module has resulted in technology that is world beating. Credit: ADM Patrick Durrant
  • Part of the demonstration at Damascus Barracks in Brisbane. A field test of the system is planned for August. Credit: ADM Patrick Durrant
    Part of the demonstration at Damascus Barracks in Brisbane. A field test of the system is planned for August. Credit: ADM Patrick Durrant
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Patrick Durrant | Brisbane

Last week Boeing Defence Australia conducted a demonstration of the digital battlespace network communications solution being delivered under Project Land 2072 Phase 2B at Damascus Barracks in Meeandah, Brisbane.

Attendees, including ADM, were updated on the project (informally known as Currawong) and given a tour of the array of communications equipment on display and set up for the purpose of the ninth site test since contract signature in September 2015. For some background on the project read ADM’s article published in November last year.

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