In this week's ADM Defence Week Premium, Navantia prepares for Sea 5000 industry engagement, NIOA and Colt sign a small arms manufacturing deal, and BAE Systems and Sea Box International will compete on new prototypes for Army's 155mm Unit Load Ammunition Containers.
The ADM team looks forward to seeing many of you at our annual Congress next Tuesday in Canberra; for those attending don't miss the opportunity to catch Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne at the welcome reception on Monday evening,
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Navantia Australia is seeking to engage with partners from Australian industry as part of the company’s work on Australia’s Future Frigates. more»
Both BAE Systems Australia and Sea Box International have committed to undertaking the design and engineering prototype work under the contract in Australia. more»
The Department of Defence has released a Request for Tender to establish an Information Communication and Technology Provider Arrangement (ICTPA). more»
RAAF personnel will train alongside counterparts from US and UK and take a lead command and control role. more»
NIOA will manufacture Colt small arms in Australia. more»
Raytheon announced on January 25 that it has completed factory acceptance testing of the flight operations system for the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). more»
BAE Systems Australia has supported Lintek to develop an Australian prototype to improve the capability of the Jindalee Over the horizon Radar Network (JORN) systems. more»
A missile defence system forming a central part of Israel’s multi-tiered anti-missile array has completed another test series. more»
For the first time, the ADM Congress will feature an evening welcome reception the day before the main event. more»