ADM spoke with Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price about actions taken to support SMEs in the wake of COVID-19. Read more
The answer to surviving this pandemic for the industry is multifaceted.
Raytheon announced the successful completion of the all-stock ‘merger of equals’ transaction between itself and United Technologies Corporation on April 3.
12thLevel, a Canberra-based system design company with specialist naval capability, has been granted Defence Export approval to promote their fleet readiness tools.
An artificial intelligence (AI) project run by Defence personnel in search-and-rescue (SAR) trials has the potential to save lives.
The US Department of Defense has approved a contract for Lockheed Martin to support Australian and Danish MH-60R Seahawk helicopters.
The Australian Signals Directorate is cracking down on offshore cyber criminals who are targeting Australian households and businesses during the on-going pandemic.
Defence industry is being invited to put forward its business case for the first stage of the Deployable Force Infrastructure Project (Land 8140).
Australia’s first digital shipbuilding course has commenced.
ADM understands that RAAF combat squadrons are planning to deploy to the NT in July for Exercise Pitch Black 2020, despite the current COVID-19 restrictions placed on travel.
ArianeGroup has announced that the Centre for Appropriate Technology (CfAT), located south of Alice Springs, will host their GEOTracker station.
Northrop Grumman Australia has moved ahead in leaps and bounds with growth on a number of capability fronts. ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing sat down with Chief Executive Chris Deeble to have a look at the year ahead for the company.
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.