RUAG Australia has provided more details of how it will use Defence’s Sovereign Industrial Capability Priority (SICP) grant to grow its operations. Read more
Australia’s emerging quantum technology sector could support 16,000 jobs and create over $4 billion annual revenue by 2040, according to a report by CSIRO.
Supacat, a company with operations in Melbourne, has signed a Teaming Agreement with Soucy International to provide Composite Rubber Tracks (CRT) for UK defence equipment.
L3Harris Technologies has announced an alliance agreement with Ultra Electronics and Indianic Group for the development of the new Magnetic Treatment Facility to be installed in WA under SEA 1350 Phase 2.
GHD has been appointed by Lendlease to provide design and consulting services on the $365 million building works project – known as Building Works Stage 1 - for HMAS Stirling and Henderson.
Current serving and Ex-Defence employees now have a new provider to consider for quality RPL and training opportunities, with OPEC College launching to the market.
Victoria’s APV has been awarded a three year US$500,000 contract to supply passenger restraints for military vehicles.
The Naval Shipbuilding College has announced the endorsement of a suite of engineering courses provided by Edith Cowan University (ECU) in WA.
The first Wingman has now been presented to the Commonwealth, marking the first time in over 50 years that a military aircraft has been designed and built in Australia.
BAE Systems aims to develop machine learning analytics as a service – a cloud-based model for the government – that can leverage commercial and open source data to deliver constant worldwide situational awareness.
ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing spoke to Lockheed Martin Australia Chief Executive Joe North about where the wider business is headed.
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.