EOS has gathered a best of breed collection of Australian owned and operated SMEs under a new C4 EDGE banner to work on communications programs. Read more
The Director-General Armoured Fighting Vehicles has been abruptly replaced and the cost of Land 400 Phase 3 has soared by an extraordinary 80 per cent.
The Commonwealth’s Request For Information for its proposed Lead In Fighter Trainer (LIFT) program to be delivered under Air 6002 Phase 1 closed on Friday, eliciting responses from at least three companies.
ADM can confirm that NUSHIP Supply has commenced sea trials off the coast of Ferrol, Spain where she was built.
Why is the acquisition of advanced Defence technology from Australian-owned suppliers not more prevalent?
Bureau Veritas is working with the RAN to support a component of the Navy’s compliance response to the Defence Seaworthiness Management System.
NIOA has won the first stage of the Land 159 Lethality Systems Project that will replace and modernise 26 weapons systems used by the ADF.
Naval Ship Management Australia has extended its partnership with Sydney City Marine for the LHD's Landing Crafts.
When Hornet A21-43 ceremonially rolled out of Boeing Defence Australia’s facility at Williamtown on July 9, it marked the end of Classic Hornet deeper level maintenance work for the RAAF.
The government is taking the first step towards investing in Australia’s first fully owned and controlled military satellite communication constellation.
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.