Defence forces are modernising their training delivery with CAE, relying on synthetic training devices, integrated learning management systems, and artificial intelligence to better support their greatest asset – their personnel.

The Northern Territory Government is building a ship lift facility in Darwin to assist the ADF’s ability to operate from its northern bases.

Artificial Intelligence. It's here. It's transforming modern warfare, redefining the battlefield. This isn't a glimpse into the future. It's the present.

The future of advanced manufacturing in Defence will be informed by data-driven decision making, facilitated by narrative visualisation and immersive technologies.

Goal Group has developed a stand-alone Defence Grade AI capability to support Defence with resource-intensive activities that are key to optimising Defence's use and management of capability.

Implementing a corporate health insurance program may offer substantial value for both employers and employees alike.

Nova Systems is revolutionising the field of Electromagnetic Warfare by bringing together the best of Electromagnetic Spectrum Engineering, modern Test and Evaluation methods, Digital Mission Engineering and Model-Based Systems Engineering.

Replacing the Defence Innovation Hub and the Next Generation Technologies Fund, the newly launched Advanced Strategic Capabilities Accelerator program seeks to implement technologies into priority defence capabilities.

L3Harris has developed and integrated a homing and docking solution that enables launch and recovery of an autonomous underwater vehicle from an underway submarine, referred to as Torpedo Tube Launch and Recovery.

In response to the Australian government Department of Home Affairs’ recent call for comments on the 2023-2030 Australian Cyber Security Strategy Discussion Paper, over 280 submissions were received.

South Australian-based electronic warfare leader DEWC Services has today announced its expansion into Canberra, further reinforcing its commitment to supporting the nation’s defence capabilities.

As technology plays an increasingly pivotal role in modern day conflicts, ensuring effective digital transformation has become one of the defence sector’s most critical tasks.

Aimpoint AB invented and launched its first electronic red-dot sight in 1975, making this remarkable tool a major advantage on hunting grounds, shooting ranges, and the toughest combat arenas.

Meeting the demands of the DSR means Australia’s shipbuilders must accelerate their processes, adapt to change, and focus on digital shipbuilding.

Protection from curb to core


From the fence line right through to the core of your site, when it comes to security, a robust solution that provides protection across all levels and areas of your site is essential.

The new position of Executive General Manager sees Scott Begbie responsible for the leadership and growth of REDARC Defence & Space through the development and implementation of strategic, tactical, and operational plans.