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Unmanned technology in varying stages of development is waiting in the wings to enhance Australia’s border protection, but what, how and when remains a matter of conjecture.
Representatives from the US Department of Defense have this week visited the Australian-owned munitions production factories in Mulwala and Benalla.
Leidos has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire ship design firm Gibbs & Cox.
Milspec Manufacturing has announced a contract with Rheinmetall for the manufacture of advanced alternators for a fleet of Lynx KF41 Infantry Fighting Vehicles ordered by an international customer.
The team’s rotating detonation engine, or RDE, is a major technical achievement and an Australian first.
Macquarie Data Centres and Macquarie Government have announced the launch of Intellicentre 5 (IC5) in Canberra, purpose-built to house the most highly classified Australian Government workloads.
The recently announced maritime guided missiles investment is actually part of Project Sea 1300 Phase 1 (Navy Guided Weapons), a ‘program of program’ of weapons, which gathers several previous projects together under its umbrella.
Airbus has recently signed a contract to provide a digital services focus for the maintenance of the Air Refueling Boom System on the RAAF's KC-30A Multi-Role Tanker Transport fleet.
NATO has selected Thales to provide the first certified defence cloud solution that can be deployed in the theatre of operations in less than 24 hours.
By the time this edition of ADM hits your desk, 2020 will officially be over (thank goodness). Yet its effects will linger well into 2021 and beyond.
With the coronacoaster that was 2020 with all its associated ups and downs, Defence and Defence Industry have performed remarkably well all things considered. ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing caught up with Minister Price to get her perspective on the year that was and the year ahead in 2021.
In this ADM Analysis, Israel-based Itzik Rabinovitz examines Defence’s preference for procuring high-tech military systems from Five Eyes countries and argues for an alternative approach.