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July 21, 2016

Monday's ministerial reshuffle bringing former Industry, Innovation and Science Minister Christopher Pyne into the newly created Cabinet portfolio of Defence Industry has been welcomed as we await clarity on the allocation of responsibilities between 'Pyne and Payne'. 

Canberra SME Locata Corporation is preparing to miniaturise its ground-breaking local positioning technology for use in smaller devices and CAF speaks about the RAAF's ten year plan.

NZ has settled on a replacement tanker, the UK has renewed its continuous at sea nuclear deterrent and uniform manufacturer ADA gets innovative with the new ADF backpack frame

ADM welcomes Minister Pyne into the Defence fold and wishes him every success with the significant challenges that lie ahead,

Patrick Durrant

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Defence industry welcomes new portfolio

The surprise announcement of Monday’s minor cabinet reshuffle was the creation of a new Defence Industry portfolio to be led by SA MP Christopher Pyne  more»

Locata positions itself for the big time

Canberra-based Locata Corporation, a leading edge SME in the positioning, navigation and time (PNT) industry, prepares to transfer its professional, industrial scale technology into smaller devices.  more»

RAAF to release 10-year plan in 2016

Chief of Air Force Air Marshal Leo Davies has spoken about the RAAF’s 2016-2026 strategy plan during an ASPI address.  more»


NZ approves purchase of replacement tanker

The NZ Government has approved the purchase of a new naval tanker for the NZDF which will be ice-strengthened and winterised for operations in Antarctica.  more»

ADA has every soldier’s back

Victorian uniforms and associated equipment provider ADA has developed a universal adjustable backpack frame which has been supplied for use by the ADF.  more»

UK renews sub nuclear deterrent

Following a Westminster debate, UK MPs have voted by an overwhelming margin to renew the country’s continuous at sea nuclear deterrent (CASD).  more»

Improved Kestrel a boon for Sentient’s EO/IR solutions

Sentient's new Kestrel 4.0 land and maritime automated object detection software delivers a 50 per cent improvement in the processing requirement.  more»

Babcock establishes Australasian headquarters in Adelaide

Babcock International Group has announced it will establish its Australasian headquarters in Adelaide.  more»

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