Event reporting

In addition to our usual editorial coverage, the ADM team conducted video interviews of a range of exhibiting companies at Pacific 2019.

The Pacific 2019 tradeshow took place at the International Convention Centre in Sydney’s Darling Harbour this week.

If maritime expositions have stars, it’s fair to say that at Pacific 2019, the Whiskey Project next-generation tactical watercraft was certainly one of them.

The Pacific 2019 tradeshow kicked off yesterday at the International Convention Centre in Sydney's Darling Harbour.

The 2019 ADM Defence Estate and Base Services Summit (DEBSS) held this week in Canberra was the biggest in the series to date.

The Australians have made their presence felt at DSEI, the world's largest defence suppliers expo.

At DSEi 2019 Supacat is unveiling its Technology Demonstrator for hybrid and optionally manned operations and the ‘High Mobility Integrated Fires Capability’.

ADM’s annual STEM in Defence summit took place in Canberra, looking at the opportunities and challenges facing Defence as it competes for STEM workers.

What role will cyber, space and electromagnetics play in the 2025 timeframe?

One of the topics covered in depth at ASPI’s War in 2025 conference was the geo-political realities of great power competition between China and the US in Southeast Asia.

ASPI’s War in 2025 conference at the QT Hotel in Canberra was held between June 13 and 14, examining what war could look like six years from now.

Australian defence industry was on prominent display at the 2019 Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace (LIMA) exhibition.

The 16th annual ADM Congress attracted over 500 delegates from across Defence, industry and government, and was held for the first time in Canberra’s Playhouse Theatre, reflecting its increasing popularity.

Nearly 200 delegates from industry, defence, government and academia attending the sixth annual Northern Australia Defence Summit in October heard Chief Minister Michael Gunner stress the Northern Territory’s role as a vital hub.

The fourth Invictus Games has come to a close, ending a week of sporting and personal victories for more than 500 competitors from 18 nations across the world.