Avionics Principles Course

edVirtus and Dr Ian Faulconbridge present a three day course that provides a complete coverage of modern avionics systems whilst avoiding as much of the mathematical complexity as possible. The course is presented within an established framework and includes coverage of the major avionics areas of aircraft electrical power, communication/navigation/identification (CNI), sensors, architectures, and system integration. The course is aimed at people who need to understand the principles of avionics, including non-technical people involved with acquisition or management of avionics systems, and engineers who need an introduction to the field or a refresher course. Attendees receive a copy of the presenter’s book Avionics Principles.

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October

Defence is launching a monthly awareness campaign containing Seaworthiness material on the ODSwR website – Seaworthiness talks.

November

December

Defence are delivering their short online course on Technical Data / Intellectual Property (TD/IP) clauses in its ASDEFCON suite of templates.

ICCPM together with Series Partner Queensland University of Technology (QUT) are excited to launch the Roundtable Report 'Harnessing Emergence in Complex Projects: Risk, Uncertainty and Opportunity'. The launch will be held online on 7th December.

The Summit’s unique, interactive environment fosters effective partnering between Defence and Industry; a critical factor in achieving mutually beneficial outcomes.

February

ADM's Women in Defence Awards celebrate talented, determined, successful women who make a positive impact in the defence business arena, as members of Defence industry, Australian Public Service or in uniform.

This major Defence/Industry Conference has evolved into a pivotal event in the Defence calendar, attracting over 600 delegates each year.

The Conference welcomes military and government organisations, academia, and defence industries to contribute to the future direction of military communications and information systems.

May

Instead of the previously planned PACIFIC dates in August 2021, INDO PACIFIC will now, in the wake of COVID-19, initially be held during May 2022.

Hosted by the NT Government, this policy-driven event will look at the opportunities for Australia’s Defence industry in Northern Australia.