Ten Australian innovators from both the defence and civil sector have been shortlisted from 44 entries for the prestigious Pacific 2019 Innovation Awards.
Chief Defence Scientist Professor Tanya Monro has won the 2019 SA Award for Excellence in Women’s Leadership.
The two finalists in this category are the LHD Future Supplier Engagement Model Project and Land 155 Bridging Capability.
The contenders for the Minor Sustainment Activity - Under $20 million are Anzac Anti Ship Missile Defence (ASMD) Follow On Support and Air 5416 Phase 4 B2 – RAAF’s C-130J LAIRCM fitting.
In the Major Sustainment Activity - Over $20 million per year category we see the Jindalee Operational Radar Network (JORN) Sustainment Transition program up against the Patrol Boat Enterprise.
The Minor Acquisition – Under $50 million category for the 2019 Essington Lewis Awards sees the Optus C1 Satellite Life of Type Extension program go up against the Anzac Class Interim IFF program.
In the Major Acquisition – Over $50 million category the two finalists are in very different programs; Air 5438 Lead-In Fighter Capability Assurance Program Phase 1A and Land 125 Phase 3B.
To illustrate the contribution that Australian innovators can make to ADF operational capability, consider a single, imaginary operation undertaken by the ADF.
The winners of this year’s Women in Defence Awards were announced at a gala dinner in Canberra last night.
Form Cut, REDARC and IntelliParticle have taken out the top prize at the 2019 Defence Teaming Centre (DTC) Annual Dinner & Awards Ceremony.
Innovative businesses and individuals were recognised this week at the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards.
RUAG Australia’s Neil Matthews has received the Defence Industry Service Commendation for his work on additive metal technology.
The Avalon 2019 Innovation Awards and Pitchfest prizes were presented this week.
ADM is proud to announce the finalists for this year's Essington Lewis awards.