Deakin University and Hanwha Defense Australia (HDA) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to drive collaboration in modelling and simulation. Read more
PLEXSYS Australia has announced that the Advanced Simulation Combat Operations Trainer (ASCOT) 7 has been selected by Daronmont Technologies to provide system support to the Next Generation Simulation System, REALMS (ABMSIM).
Defence says it will invest $31 million investment into a new, three-storey Armoured Vehicle Simulation Centre in Townsville.
A NSW-based company will supply Defence with a mobile weapons training simulator to help Australian sailors and soldiers maintain their weapons skills wherever they are in the world.
Lockheed Martin Australia successfully completed the mission-critical Preliminary Design Review for Defence’s JP9711-1 Core Simulation Capability last month.
Defence has signed a $7 million contract extension with BAE Systems Australia to support the Advanced Air Defence Simulator in Adelaide for another three years.
The four F-35A Full Mission Simulators currently operational at RAAF Base Williamtown have been successfully upgraded by local experts to support the continued build-up of pilot training.
Boeing has selected the Calytrix Comms Net Radio family of products as the underpinning communications framework for its UK Defence Operational Training Capability (Air) Core System and Services contract.
Geelong company Universal Motion Simulator has been awarded a $21.4 million support contract for the sustainment of training simulators for the new Boxers.
Ryan Aerospace Australia has been awarded a contract to supply more than 30 HELIMOD Mark III helicopter simulators for the US Army.
Sydney is now home to state-of-the-art maritime training simulators following the establishment of a new facility in Darling Harbour by AMC Search.
Cirrus will supply additional workstations both for the existing system at HMAS Watson and for a new system to be supplied to HMAS Stirling.
It is an often-repeated adage that innovation comes from small to medium enterprises (SMEs) and this has certainly been true in the simulation space in the past.
Turning a love for ‘gaming’ into a job is just a pipe dream for many young people, but not for Bohemia Interactive Simulations.
Daronmont Technologies has launched a training and simulation centre through its partnership with UK defence and security electronics system specialist SEA.
The Italian company RINA is claiming to have changed the cost dynamics of the war gaming world.
After years in the making, the Commonwealth and Lockheed Martin Australia have signed a $282 million contract for Defence’s core simulation capability.