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June 15, 2017

In a seminal week marking further progress in the reset of the Defence/Industry relationship, both the D+I 2017 Conference and its associated Essington Lewis Awards night were a great success – one providing a refreshing conference format ideal for networking and robust Q&A sessions and the other acknowledging the outstanding collaborative efforts of CASG project teams and industry.

In other news AIDN has released policy positions on innovation and Sovereign Industry Capability and systems engineers will gather in Adelaide in July at their world symposium after a long hiatus.

Olympus is providing an improved calibration capability to Defence and two universities are tapped to lead the fight countering the growing cyber skills shortage.  

ADM's Northern Australia Summit will be taking place in Darwin from 25-26 October. Book now and save up to $400 on the rate, 

Patrick Durrant

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D+I 2017: networking bonanza

Building on the success of the rebooted event from last year, this year also incorporated the Essington Lewis Awards, where Defence partnered with ADM to recognise excellence in collaboration between CASG teams and industry.  more»

Systems engineers to gather Down Under

Plenary sessions will cover major issues in defence, transportation, autonomous systems and space.  more»

AIDN releases SIC, innovation policy positions

The two policy areas covered in the release are: Sovereign Industrial Capability and the related Sovereign Industrial Capability Assessment Framework as well as Innovation.  more»


Diamond Thunder proves LVC capability

The exercise involved the networking of F/A-18 simulators at both RAAF Base Williamtown and Tindal with the E-7A Wedgetail simulator at Williamtown and C-130J simulator at RAAF Base Richmond.  more»

Two Unis to lead cyber security skills effort

The institutions will share $1.91 million over four years to help build the required expertise and job-ready skills needed by the industry and Government.  more»

Boeing and HI Industries team on XLUUV

Echo Voyager is fully autonomous, requiring no support vessel for launch or recovery, enabling operation at sea for months before returning to port.  more»

Olympus calibration for the West

Correct calibration contributes to the quality of products, including many used in defence applications, and adds to the safety of infrastructure and facilities.  more»

ADM's Defence Week Premium 449 PDF Version

The full version of the Defence Week Premium can be downloaded here as a PDF. You can also access a separate PDF of the weekly tenders and a digital copy of the newsletter.  more»







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