In this week's ADM premium newsletter we reflect upon the Government's decision to keep ASC within the Commonwealth fold.
ADM Editor Katherine Ziesing checked out 'Unmanned and manned teaming' offerings at Army's third annual Innovation Day and Thales has become the first member to join the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre as it seeks to boost the performance and export potential of Australian manufacturing industry.
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The Federal Government will retain ownership of submarine and ship builder and sustainer ASC with its full separation into three disparate entities to be completed in 2017. more»
The Army’s third Innovation Day showcased offerings from 25 companies across the theme of manned/unmanned teaming (MUM-T). more»
Thales Australia has joined the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre [AMGC] as the first industry member after an agreement was signed late last week. more»
The success of Kakadu 2016 means the next iteration of the biennial exercise is likely to be more complex and slightly longer. more»
Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will today sign the first tranche of initiatives under the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership more»
Aspen Medical has acquired a majority shareholding in Ironside Recruitment which specialises in transition of ex-Defence members to work in other sectors more»