Defence Maritime Environment Working Group (MEWG)

The Maritime Environment Working Group (MEWG) is a forum for engagement between Defence and the Maritime Industry to consider opportunities for innovation and collaboration early in the capability life cycle. It provides an opportunity to test the strength of capability requirements and proposals, to inform industry regarding future capability programs and challenges and to foster the development of Navy's capability modernisation program.

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September

Utilising our extensive industry experience we will deliver content designed to help QLD industry deliver customer targeted and results-focused marketing presentations to Defence buyers and Primes from Australia or overseas.

AIDN QLD in partnership with DEFNQ would like to invite you to attend the ASC Shipbuilding & CASG Industry Briefing Opportunities for Australian Industry in Cairns.

The 2019 ANI Goldrick Seminar will discuss defence issues associated with the maintenance of Australia’s maritime trade. Speakers will be drawn from senior levels of Defence, academia and industry.

Join us to hear deeply researched insights into China's strategic calculus in the region and how this will affect Australia's security.

The theme for the next Member Meeting in Wellington on Wednesday 18 September is: "Defence and Industry-Delivering on the DCP together: Technology, Security and Procurement Challenges".

Don't miss this opportunity to hear how the future Australian Army is being shaped now by its Chief, Lieutenant General Rick Burr.

This is your chance to become the best communicator you can be.

Defence have begun delivery of its short course on the new Technical Data / Intellectual Property (TD/IP) clauses in its ASDEFCON suite of templates.

This course provides attendees with an overview of how Australian Defence conducts business with regard to development and management of capability.

AID19 will be held on Wednesday, 25 September 2019 and the purpose is for selected respondents to display and pitch their proposed innovations to assessors, Capability Managers and Defence Innovation Hub personnel.