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DEWC Services and the University of Adelaide unite for AI in Defence research

Adelaide-based DEWC Services has joined forces with the University of Adelaide to enhance cyber security within Australia’s Defence Force by researching ways that AI can provide deeper insights into military networks. From assisting radar systems to better detect targets with accuracy and speed, identifying anomalies in large-scale surveillance networks to transforming imagery into geospatial information to improve situational awareness, machine learning (ML) is revolutionising the way Defence personnel gather and analyse intelligence. The four-year research project, funded under the Defence Trailblazer Industry Research Program, will see DEWC Services support a PhD student to explore how combining advanced technology with network ...

12 April 2024
DEWC Services and the University of Adelaide unite for AI in Defence research2024-04-12T09:21:38+09:30

New Defence SA Advisory Board member

Air Vice-Marshal (retd) Cath Roberts AO CSC has been appointed to the Defence SA Advisory Board. Ms Roberts had a decorated career of more than 40 years in the Royal Australian Air Force as an Aerospace Engineer. She joins the Defence SA Advisory Board with extensive experience and knowledge in space capability analysis, project management, governance, airworthiness and safety, contracting, diplomatic postings and networking across Defence, Government, industry and academia. Ms Roberts has had postings as Head Aerospace Systems Division, Head of Air Force Capability and was the inaugural Commander of Defence Space Command responsible for consolidating space capabilities across ...

8 April 2024
New Defence SA Advisory Board member2024-04-10T10:23:07+09:30

AUKUS submarines build partners announced

The Australian Government has announced the selection of ASC Pty Ltd and BAE Systems as Australia’s Sovereign Submarine Build Partner with the build taking place at the Osborne Naval Shipyard in South Australia. The announcement marks a critical step forward in the program, which represents the single biggest capability acquisition in Australia’s history. The selection of these two world-leading companies, with 95 years of combined experience, demonstrates their unrivalled capability, with ASC responsible for the build and sustainment of the existing Collins class submarines in Adelaide while BAE Systems is the UK’s long-term nuclear-powered submarine design and build partner. ASC ...

27 March 2024