Mastis SATCOM upgrade for Navy

The dome of the MASTIS terminal can be seen here on HMAS Canberra at mid level right. Credit: Loic LeGuilly

The upgrade will allow delivery of vastly increased bandwidth, providing more efficient usage of defence satellite capacity and enhanced network interoperability between ships, aircraft and land based platforms.

Supplier Showcase - Frequentis Australasia

Frequentis Australasia is a worldwide leading supplier of safety and mission critical communications and automation systems for Air Traffic Control and Defence Command & Control centres.

Supplier Showcase - Engineering Business

Engineering Business evaluates a business and establishes the required documentation and systems to help the business become ‘tender ready’ for any opportunity that arises.

Supplier Showcase - Forward IT

The company has a national platform for ICT design, integration, consultancy and support services for most environments, including defence.

Supplier Showcase - Blackwoods

With origins extending back to 1881, Blackwoods is wholly Australian owned and operated, and specialises in the supply of industrial and safety equipment to businesses across a range of industries, including defence.

Supplier Showcase - ETMC Technologies

ETMC's suppliers have long and very successful track records supplying both individual instruments, instrument packages and integrated solutions to Defence Forces and Defence Force contractors around the world.

Penske Power Systems contract extended to Anzacs and armoured vehicles

Director General Maritime Support, Commodore Stephanie Moles, signs contract with PPS MD Hamish Christie-Johnston. Credit: PPS

This contract will deliver full maintenance and support services for propulsion diesels, power generation diesels, compressors and ancillary equipment, and has a contract value of $78 million.

New Northrop Grumman support facility for RAAF countermeasures

An Air Force C-130J Hercules conducts low level training and flare drops over RAAF Base Richmond and the wider Hawkesbury area.

LAIRCM systems are currently installed on six RAAF aircraft types, including the C130-J Super Hercules, with plans to add three additional platforms in the next five years.

Raytheon and Air Affairs partner on EW training

Raytheon Australia and Air Affairs Australia Lear Jets flying in formation. Credit: Raytheon Australia

The new partnership will allow Defence forces to train in complex, high-threat electromagnetic environments.

Aussie Tiger first to achieve 2K hours

CO School of Army Aviation at OakeyLTCOL Dave Lynch and MD Airbus Group Australia Pacific Tony Fraser celebrate the 2000 hour milestone for the Tiger ARH. Credit: Airbus Helicopters

#001 has flown 2000 hours, the first of any Tiger in the global fleet to do so.

< previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 next >

latest comments

events »