Holmwood Highgate has signed a $30 million contract with Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles to deliver fuel and water modules that will be fitted to Defence’s fleet of logistics trucks. Read more
After breaking the news last week that the Elbit Systems Australia BMS will be withdrawn from service from next week, Elbit Systems Australia Managing Director Major General (Retired) Paul McLachlan has made a statement about the situation.
The Pacific Island countries face the most severe and immediate consequences of global climate change. The choice is simple, fortify the island through engineering at significant financial cost or do the unthinkable — leave.
Thales Australia have this week conducted a safe test firing of a sovereign rocket motor.
Hanwha Defense Australia (HDA) will team with HIFraser to deliver automatic fire suppression systems (AFSS) for the range of armoured vehicles currently being presented by Hanwha for consideration by the ADF.
The CM234 Spitfire camera gimbal will be incorporated into the Australian Army’s new tactical unmanned aerial system under Land 129 Phase 3.
Lockheed Martin Australia has teamed with NSW-based Varley Group and two other regionally-based industry partners to develop new deployable cabins.
BAE Systems Australia’s Jindalee Operational Radar Network (JORN) program has been formally awarded ISO 55001 Asset Management certification by international certification body TQCSI Yaran.
Northrop Grumman’s Firebird optionally-manned surveillance aircraft has recently concluded a demonstration tour of the US, which included a maritime surveillance mission off the Florida coast.
Trusted Autonomous Systems, SmartSat CRC, and RAAF Air Warfare Centre in association with Sir Lawrence Wackett Defence and Aerospace Centre at RMIT have introduced the High-Altitude Pseudo Satellite (HAPS) Challenge for Australian companies.
SpaceLink and Gilmour Space have executed a Memorandum of Understanding to work together on implementing communications service for next generation small satellite platforms.
A slew of maritime announcements hit the streets as this edition of ADM was going to press; where, what, who, how and why questions are beginning to be answered.
The Royal Australian Navy is going through a massive period of growth when it comes to every single capability they operate. ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing caught up with Chief of Navy to take a closer look.
By building on the shoulders of space giants, China has been able to leapfrog a lot of the development work already done by the international community, either legally or by leveraging intellectual property in less obvious ways.