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UNSW Sydney nuclear engineering program announces expansion

UNSW Sydney has announced a $1 million donation from the Sir William Tyree Foundation to support UNSW’s expanding nuclear engineering program and foster the skills in Australia for using future technology. The nuclear engineering program prepares students for careers...

Hanwha Defense launches Team Thunder for UK Mobile Fires platform

Hanwha Defense has formed a partnership with leading defence manufacturers in the UK to develop a local variant of the world’s most popular self-propelled howitzer, K9 Thunder, for the British Army. The companies have come together as “Team Thunder” to...

Rafael and Safran team up on FIRE WEAVER & MOSKITO TI targeting solution

RAFAEL Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. and Safran Vectronix have signed a Memorandum Of Understanding (MoU) for Rafael's FIRE WEAVER networked Sensor-to-Effector system integrated with Safran’s MOSKITO TI observation and location unit. The pairing of MOSKITO TI and FIRE WEAVER...

South Korea expands maritime ambitions

South Korea is expanding its maritime ambitions above and below the surface with news that it is moving ahead to build an aircraft carrier and the news that it test-fired a home-grown submarine launched ballistic missile. Both moves appear...

BAE Systems works with SMEs on naval shipyard safety

BAE Systems Maritime Australia has engaged three South Australian businesses to trial innovative technologies and methods with the primary objective to make the naval shipyard a safer working environment for its employees. As part of the shipbuilding business’ Innovation...

Australia on target to bring laser technology up to speed

The University of South Australia has been awarded a $1.8 million Federal Government contract to develop technology that underpins the next generation of high-powered lasers in Australia for the defence and manufacturing sectors. UniSA Professor of Laser Engineering, David Lancaster,...

UPDATED: Australian government releases new sovereign priorities

(Adds comments from Australia Missile Corporation and BAE Systems) The Australian government has strengthened its pledge to ensure Australia’s industry is able to support the critical warfighting capabilities of the Australian Defence Force. Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price said...

MBDA signs missile deal with India’s Bharat Dynamics

India’s Bharat Dynamics has signed a licencing agreement with MBDA to establish a facility for the final assembly, integration, and test of advanced short-range air-to-air missile (ASRAAM) missiles in India. MBDA is the only European defence group capable of...

Elbit Systems teams up with universities

Elbit Systems of Australia (ELSA) is teaming up with universities to showcase world-leading disruptive technologies to benefit emergency services, defence and homeland security through the Centre of Excellence in Melbourne. The Centre of Excellence, which ELSA launched in February this...

Boeing signs pact with Indigenous Defence & Infrastructure Consortium

Boeing Australia and Indigenous Defence and Infrastructure Consortium (iDiC) have signed an agreement to grow and support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-owned and controlled businesses. The groundbreaking, five-year relational head agreement will see both businesses operate under shared guiding...

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