QinetiQ Australia has been awarded a contract to design and construct a $14.5 million UAS flight test range on behalf of the Queensland Government. Read more
Defence has signed a strategic agreement to recognise Navantia as a Design Authority for four classes of RAN ships.
The central problem ASPI aims at is the Naval Shipbuilding Program, which won’t deliver new missile-equipped vessels for at least ten years and only replaces current vessels on a one-for-one basis until 2040.
These latest EF88 weapon simulators will be used at several ADF bases throughout the country with all deliveries to take place in the first half of 2021.
An economic analysis from Thales Australia of how Australia’s Defence Industry spending flows through the national economy has found ‘significant benefits’.
All Marines will be quarantined for 14 days at Defence facilities in the Darwin area, following biosecurity screening and COVID-19 testing on arrival.
The government has announced the shortlist of managing contractors for facilities at the new Australia-Singapore Military Training Initiative (ASMTI) training area located near Greenvale.
The Air Warfare Destroyer program has officially come to an end with the commissioning of HMAS Sydney at sea.
At the 2017 Avalon Airshow, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. (GA-ASI) CEO Linden Blue announced the formation of a team of local and international companies to support its bid for Defence’s Air 7003 Phase 1 competition.
It’s 2008. The US sub-prime mortgage crisis is dominating the news. Lehman Brothers has collapsed in America’s largest-ever bankruptcy filing, the American stock market has dropped almost 40 per cent and most talk is now of the worst economic event since the Depression.
Canberra-based Penten have only been around for a few short years but are making their mark globally in the secure mobility space and cyber protection. ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing posed some questions to founder and CEO Matthew Wilson about their journey and what’s on the horizon for the growing SME.
Entries and nominations for the 2019 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes, the country's premier national science award, are open. The deadline for submissions is in three weeks.