Defence SA and the South Australian Space Industry Centre are tremendously proud to be a sponsor of REA's ‘in schools’ programs which include SUBS in Schools, F1 in Schools, Space in Schools & 4x4 in Schools.
Since setting up their national offices in South Australia five years ago, QinetiQ Australia has grown to build a large team of talented, local professionals who love working in the defence industry.
With construction of the Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV) well underway, South Australian SMEs are proving invaluable to the success of the program, showcasing the broad capability of local talent.
South Australian company Praxis Aeronautics has been contracted to provide solar components to the Australian Navy's next fleet of solar powered unmanned vessels.
A collaborative South Australian project aimed at improving the Australian Defence Force's ability to monitor potential threats from space will propel forward, thanks to a significant funding boost from the Australian Government.
A new technical college will soon be established in Adelaide's western suburbs, supporting students to pursue trade pathways into high demand jobs such as defence and shipbuilding.
South Australian-based company Redarc will partner with Norwegian defence giant Kongsberg to supply parts for a ground-based surface-to-air missile system for the Australian Army.
PMB Defence is the first South Australian company to secure a contract to potentially supply a critical piece of equipment on the Attack class submarines.
Leading South Australian electronic warfare company DEWC Systems has established the nation's first school dedicated to training defence technicians in cyber, electronic warfare and undersea warfare.
South Australian defence industry will have the opportunity to showcase its capabilities at several key defence and space exhibitions and events planned for the year ahead.
South Australia's Defence Innovation Partnership has awarded $600,000 in new funding to South Australian universities, local industry and interstate universities to undertake collaborative defence research ventures.
South Australian-based company Cold Logic has signed an agreement with UK naval refrigeration supplier company Ernest West & Beynon to supply cooling equipment to the Australian Navy.