Naval Group has launched the Suffren, the first of six Barracuda class nuclear submarines, reinvigorating a polarised debate in Australia. Read more
The scale, uncertainty, interdependency and emergent nature of ADF investments represents a high level of complexity. Defence personnel, and the companies in their supply chain, need the skills to manage complex projects.
The winners of this year’s Women in Defence Awards were announced at a gala dinner in Canberra last night.
Defence industry is putting in effort to attract skilled women. So why are they leaving in record numbers?
DARPA has started looking into building robots that can service satellites in geosynchronous orbit.
As they focus on minimising the life cycle costs of platforms and systems, one of the more promising targets for military managers is equipment corrosion.
Beca has been awarded a contract for the continued management of Seaworthiness Materiel Assessments within the RAN’s Fleet Engineering Directorate.
One of the surprises of the recent federal election campaign was Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s promise to acquire 30 Self-Propelled Howitzers (SPH), and to build them in Geelong, should a coalition government be re-elected.
At a time of intense activity in Australia’s naval domain, planning for the design and construction of $85 billion worth of Future Submarines and Future Frigates is proceeding apace without any apparent alarums and excursions.
Being completely device free is a rare thing in modern life. But when one wants to speak to LTGEN John Frewen, the Principal Deputy Director-General of Australian Signals Directorate (ASD), rules are rules.
At the Australian Strategic Policy Institute conference last month, Vice Chief of the Defence Force Vice Admiral David Johnston announced that Defence is undertaking a review into national mobilisation.
ADF uniforms literally touch every soldier, sailor and airman everyday. With hundreds of thousands of individual products fitting thousands of people across the globe, ADA has been making uniforms for over a century. But the business is changing rapidly as ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing found out speaking to ADA CEO Chris Dixon recently.
Innovative businesses and individuals were recognised this week at the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards.