08 Oct 2015
It's been a manic few days at Pacific 2015 International Maritime Expo in Sydney with plenty of annoucements, agreements, presentations and awards and both industry and government all putting on a great show.
Japan has adopted a new approach in their bid to build the replacement for the Royal Australian Navy’s Collins class submarine fleet under Project Sea 1000.
The commander of the US Pacific Fleet has delivered a thinly veiled warning to China against interfering with the freedom of navigation and over flight in the Asia-Pacific region.
Siemens Australia has signed a historic research agreement with DST Group and QUT to advance the use of High Temperature Superconductor (HTS) technologies in Australia.
Four Australian innovators have been presented with Maritime Industry Innovation Awards at Pacific 2015.
The Northrop Grumman AQS-24B mine hunting system has completed trials that demonstrated its synthetic aperture sonar can process full resolution minefield data at speeds of up to 18 knots.
DSME sealed a partnership with BAE Systems Australia, BMT Defence Services, L-3 Communications and Saab with an MoU signing ceremony at Pacific 2015 in Sydney.
TKMS Australia (TKMSA) has announced the name ‘Endeavour’ for its Sea 1000 Future Submarine Project.
Babcock International Group has signed an agreement with Australian Maritime College Search (AMCS) to jointly deliver specialist short courses in maritime studies.
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