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Scott Harris, formerly head of customer business at Qantas Defense Services, has joined Northrop Grumman as head of aerospace programs for the company’s business organization Australia. He will report to Northrop Grumman Australia CEO Ian Irving and be responsible for Northrop’s aerospace systems sector operations across the country and the region, the company said Tuesday. Harris will also report on his strategic plans to Mary […] More
Northrop Grumman has partnered with the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University in Australia to study airworthiness requirements of unmanned aircraft systems and develop methods to meet those requirements. “As a producer of large-scale unmanned aircraft systems, our goal is not only to provide the aircraft, but also to understand fully the Australian government’s needs to certify them […] More
Northrop Grumman has signed a memorandum of understanding with University of Sydney to explore common interests related to education, research initiatives and training programs. Northrop Grumman Australia CEO Ian Irving and University of Sydney Dean of Engineering and Information Technologies Archie Johnston signed the agreement in Sydney, the company announced Tuesday. Both parties will work […] More
Northrop Grumman is pushing to increase interest in engineering and technology among Australian youth by sponsoring the 2014 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Outback Challenge and partnering with Dickson College. The company said Tuesday it will work with Dickson students to develop a UAV for the competition, which requires participants to design, construct and operate a UAV […] More
Northrop Grumman and Australia’s defence science and technology organisation will collaborate to research emerging technologies in electronic warfare, C4ISR and unmanned systems. Ian Irving, Northrop’s chief executive for Australia, has signed the partnership agreement with Australia’s chief defense scientist Alex Zelinsky, the company said Wednesday. “We’ve seen significant developments in these areas in recent years and […] More
Northrop Grumman will collaborate with several Australia-based companies on aerospace and defense projects as part of efforts to bolster the company’s presence in the country. The U.S. contractor awarded a number of subcontracts to businesses through a global supply chain deed program run by the Australian Defence Materiel Organisation, Northrop said Wednesday. “Awards to these outstanding […] More
Northrop Grumman will participate in an aerospace and defense show in Singapore to demonstrate its technologies and exhibit scale models of its aircraft and equipment used for surveillance, fire control and other missions. The global security company said Wednesday the Singapore Airshow 2014 is an opportunity to highlight its capabilities to potential customers and emphasize […] More
Northrop Grumman is helping to sponsor of a competition in Australia for secondary and university students to build and demonstrate unmanned aerial vehicles for civilian emergency response applications. Eleven Australian high school teams competed in the airborne delivery event of the UAV Challenge – Outback Rescue that occurred Sept. 24 and 25 in Queensland, Northrop said […] More
Northrop Grumman will support an Australian high school team that will compete to design, build and demonstrate an unmanned aircraft for life-saving missions. The 2013 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Outback Challenge is a joint initiative between government and research organizations in the country and aims to promote civilian use of such planes, Northrop said. “This is […] More
Ian Irving has joined Northrop Grumman as CEO of its Australian business, effective July 15. The 25-year industry veteran was formerly managing director at government and defense consulting firm Altilus, which he founded in 2010, Northrop said Wednesday. “His appointment will enable us to build our in-country presence and position the company for future success in […] More
BAE Systems and Irving Shipbuilding have formed a new joint venture that will compete on Canada's Arctic Offshore Patrol Ships and Joint Support Ship In-Service Support contract. Canadian Naval Support Ltd. will combine Irving Shipbuilding’s technologies and BAE’s warship repair and maintenance expertise in pursuit of the AJISS program, BAE said Friday. BAE added that CNS aims to help […] More
The marine, power and space systems and simulation business of L3 Technologies has completed an acceptance test for a control platform of the future Arctic and offshore patrol ships of the Canadian navy. Irving Shipbuilding said Friday the Integrated Platform Management System it ordered from L3 MAPPS passed the First Article Acceptance Test. Kevin McCoy, president of […] More
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