ADM's Defence Week covers some interesting news for defence industry – former ADM Editor Greg Ferguson seeks to de-mystify the ‘black art’ perception of innovation and there's new tools to reduce inefficiencies and maximise productivity.
With the forthcoming Australian Simulation Congress, we also look at how simulation is becoming a critical national technology and LRASM's successful canister launch will raise eyebrows as a future land-based long range strike capability is considered for the ADF.
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Innovation is not a black art – there’s practical steps to becoming an innovative organisation. more»
Each company has been pursuing innovative ways to strip waste out of the supply chain when it comes to creating and responding to RFTs and RFQs by making the best use of the capabilities available in the collaboration network. more»
NASA astronaut Michael Gernhardt will be a keynote speaker at the Australasian Simulation Congress. more»
The OneQuickstep change management program will see the removal of business segments and a strong focus on growth in its target market sectors. more»
The 2016 Defence White Paper signalled the desire to obtain a land-based anti-ship missile capability for the ADF. more»
The forums aim to equip South Australian companies with the cyber capabilities necessary to secure work in the supply chain for upcoming defence programs. more»
Carnegie Clean Energy has commenced construction of an integrated solar and battery storage microgrid at HMAS Stirling more»