Land

Victoria’s APV has been awarded a three year US$500,000 contract to supply passenger restraints for military vehicles.

Babcock Australasia and Lockheed Martin Australia are teaming on the ADF’s Enhanced Defence High Frequency Communications System (EDHFCS) under Joint Project 9101.

Global Defence Solutions has been selected to deliver the next generation of deployable force infrastructure for the NZ Defence Force.

Companies will still get the chance to pitch their capabilities to Defence and Land 400 Phase 3 tenderers as the Australian Industry Capability Roadshow moves online.

Thales has signed a contract to export an additional six Bushmasters to the Netherlands.

EOS Defense Systems US has successfully fired anti-tank missiles and a 30mm cannon from a remote weapon station.

The SICP grant will contribute the funds to XTEK for its ballistic combat helmet product line.

Leidos Australia has added Aeronautics to its bid for the replacement of the Army’s Tactical Unmanned Aerial System (TUAS) through Project Land 129 Phase 3.

Kongsberg Defence Australia has chosen Albury-based MILSPEC Manufacturing to supply mechanical fixtures for components for NASAMS sub-systems.

Defence and Australian industry will manufacture and deliver more than 15,000 Silvershield units to the Afghanistan National Defense and Security Forces this year.

Defence industry is being invited to put forward its business case for the first stage of the Deployable Force Infrastructure Project (Land 8140).

Ian Honnery, chief executive of Land Forces 2020 organiser AMDA, has said his organisation is dedicated to running the event as planned.

XTEK has received its first commercial order for its XTclave manufactured ballistic armour plates.

The number of anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) launchers to equip turreted Boxer Combat Reconnaissance Vehicles has been significantly reduced to save costs.

The British Ministry of Defence is set to open a competition to develop and demonstrate a number of novel technologies and techniques in the area of electronic countermeasures against improvised explosive devices.

Melbourne company SORD Australia has been awarded a $338,000 contract to develop a Concussion Reduction Helmet.