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.
Global aerospace and defence technology innovator, L3Harris, has successfully launched in South Australia to support the nation's future warships and continuous naval shipbuilding program.
The State Government continues to support the development of world-class naval shipbuilding infrastructure at Osborne Naval Shipyard by providing over four hectares of state government land on the northern LeFevre Peninsula to managing construction contractor, Laing O’Rourke.
Adelaide custom boat builder Nautic Star and the world's leading independent naval architecture and maritime design company, BMT, have announced a teaming agreement to offer the M80 Interceptor Next Generation Sea Boat to the Australian Government.
South Australian system design and manufacturing company, APC Technology has signed an agreement with leading UK specialist, AISH Technologies, which will drive significant expansion of expertise and advanced manufacturing of rugged computing solutions for Australia.
South Australia's largest ever contingent of local defence industry will showcase their capabilities to some of the world's biggest defence companies at the leading international maritime exposition, Pacific, held in Sydney from 8-10 October.
South Australian company Aero Parts Australia has teamed up with leading international research, development and manufacturing company, IMSAR, to bring cutting-edge radar technology to Australian and New Zealand markets.
Noske-Kaesar and Engie Axima have officially opened their new manufacturing facility in South Australia, adding to the suite of national and international companies from across the defence sector choosing our state as the place to do business.