Saab Australia and Philips Australia have signed a contract for the delivery of innovative healthcare solutions as part of Australia’s deployable health capability (DHC) program, JP2060 Phase 3.

Thales’ investment in new large-scale preparation and mixing equipment is expected to enable a 500% increase in the size of rocket motors able to be manufactured at Mulwala, supporting production of advanced guided weapons and hypersonic weapons.

Defence has signed a contract with Telstra to continue the delivery of critical network and telecommunications services in support of Defence operations.

Buried in the AUKUS announcement were details of three specific weapons system acquisition aspirations, two of which have not previously been announced.

Through the Heavy Vehicle Technology Program, Wodonga TAFE is looking to expand its Logic campus into a 100-hectare mega-facility where the ADF can train drivers to face the challenges of the future.

This capability demonstration enabled operators to connect any sensor with the best shooter to see, track and intercept a cruise missile target, despite a highly contested electronic attack environment that jammed some of the radars.

Lockheed Martin has revealed that an RAAF F-35A Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter was involved in recent trials undertaken across the Pacific to develop concepts for a joint all-domain combat capability.

Nova Systems has successfully delivered simulation capability software into the Australian Defence Force to help maximise operational success and safety.

A £110 million (A$208) contract has been awarded to Babcock International Group to deliver the new Defence Strategic Radio Service to critical military operations.

The US Department of Defense has certified Australian-made TNT to military specifications, paving the way for Australian TNT to be exported to the US.

Saab Australia has moved a step closer to delivery of Australia’s deployable health capability under JP2060 Phase 3 with the signing of an A$8.28 million contract with key technology supplier and capability partner, Marshall.

The Australian Missile Corporation has welcomed another partner after finalising an agreement with Elbit Systems of Australia.

Air Vice-Marshal Michael Kitcher is the new Deputy Chief Joint Operations at Headquarters Joint Operations Command.

Systematic’s SitaWare Headquarters software was widely employed at the recent Talisman Sabre 21 exercise in Australia, with the software providing cross-domain awareness of the ‘battlespace’ and filling a range of command-and-control functions.

Quantum Brilliance today announced closing a A$13 million seed investment to advance diamond quantum accelerator development and deployment.

Newcastle business Bohemia Interactive Simulations (BISim) has been subcontracted by Cole Engineering Services (CESI) to deliver significant components of the US Army’s next generation of collective training technology.