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Lockheed Martin Australia has signed a new five year contract with Defence for ongoing sustainment of the Tactical Air Defence Radar System (TADRS), which is used by the RAAF for air surveillance operations.
DMTC Limited has engaged Australian indigenous-owned small business Willyama to undertake a comprehensive cyber security audit of systems to be deployed through DMTC’s Industry Capability Development Program.
Naeco will now export advanced cooling systems as part of Rafael’s global supply chain.
Local Perth-based businesses Advanced Braking Technology and VEEM will design and manufacture a specialised braking system for the Army’s Hawkei vehicle.
The government will invest more than $31 million in the first tranche of a two tranche project that will provide additional infrastructure for Headquarters Joint Operations Command.
ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing reflects on the pros and cons of the new suite of Defence policy documents released this week.
This qualifies the steel to be manufactured for the Boxer Combat Reconnaissance Vehicles, for export to customers and as a source of supply for Rheinmetall in Germany.
HMAS Armidale has undocked in Cairns after undergoing a major servicing and restoration project.
A first-of-its kind trial to remotely pilot a small Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) from the back of a C-130J has the potential to open up a range of capability options for the joint force.
The Mission Control Centre will provide facilities for space businesses and researchers to control satellite and space missions, and include a live link to the International Space Station so visitors can watch astronauts on-board.
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.