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Asension strengthens UK ties

South Australian-based leader in modern electronic warfare, Asension, has inked an agreement with UK company Gaddon to distribute its flagship product, Wombat. A specialist in radio frequency equipment training, Gaddon will represent the product in the UK market, providing support to both new and existing customers. The Wombat is Asension's premier product offering, setting new benchmarks in electronic warfare capabilities. The Smart Sensor Suite provides capability for multiple RF applications with high-speed data analysis and monitoring capability, making it an indispensable asset for a wide range of operational scenarios. Marking the occasion at September’s Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) ...

27 September 2023
Asension strengthens UK ties2023-09-27T15:53:59+09:30

Global defence and space program kicks off

The first hand-picked cohort of students have commenced UniSA’s new Global Executive MBA in Defence and Space, a program specially designed to build highly qualified talent across the AUKUS alliance. Targeted at executives and senior managers in the defence and space sectors from Australia, the UK and US, the first members to undergo the 18-month program span across defence contractors and subject matter experts, senior members of the ADF and allied countries, and civil servants. The MBA will address critical skills gaps in cyber security, space systems, geopolitics and defence procurement while also building highly sought after leadership capability across ...

27 September 2023
Global defence and space program kicks off2023-09-27T15:43:49+09:30

New partnership forged to support AUKUS

Babcock International Group and the largest military shipbuilding company in the United States, HII, have joined forces in Australia to support critical capabilities for the AUKUS nuclear-powered submarine program. Building on an existing relationship between the companies to partner in the United Kingdom and US for nuclear decommissioning, disposal and national security, this new agreement aims to develop optimal models for nuclear-powered submarine capability in Australia, including infrastructure, sustainment and skills development to support AUKUS. Babcock’s CEO, David Lockwood, said working with HII in Australia is the next important step in the partnership between the companies. “By harnessing Babcock’s heritage ...

27 September 2023
New partnership forged to support AUKUS2023-09-27T09:31:48+09:30

New spectrum security technology partnership for DEWC Services

South Australian-based electronic warfare expert DEWC Services has forged a partnership with global technology and engineering leader KBR to meet the unique challenges of the modern battlefield. The agreement will enable the two companies to share skills and experience to address some of the evolving electronic spectrum challenges currently faced by the Australian Defence Force (ADF). CEO of DEWC Alan Dundas said the partnership is in line with DEWC’s objective to support Defence via a range of mission-critical activities within Command Control, Communications and Computing, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance and Electronic Warfare (C4ISREW). “Working together, I believe that both DEWC and ...

25 September 2023
New spectrum security technology partnership for DEWC Services2023-09-25T16:38:14+09:30

South Australian students vying for world F1 title

Students from Modbury High School and Charles Campbell College are gearing up to hit the international stage in Singapore this weekend, when they compete in the 2023 World Finals of the global STEM challenge, F1 in Schools. The schools are among 68 teams from 33 countries who will be vying for the championship title at the event, being held from 10-13 September ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix weekend. F1 in Schools is a global competition in which students must use engineering and manufacturing principles to design, analyse, manufacture, test, and race miniature air-powered cars capable of reaching 0-80 km/h ...

7 September 2023
South Australian students vying for world F1 title2023-09-07T11:04:22+09:30