Tag Archives: Australian navy

Raytheon Develops Sensor Data Sharing Tech for Australian Navy

Raytheon has designed and built a “sensor-netting” system for installation on the Australian navy’s Hobart-class guided missile destroyers. The company said Wednesday it also tested the Cooperative Engagement Capability  ahead of planned U.S. Navy certification of the system for its first international deployment. CEC will work to help the Australian navy to exchange …

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Cubic to Support Australian Navy’s Simulated Training Activities

Cubic‘s global defense business has received a potential four-year, $7.11 million contract to develop and deliver simulation-enabled training events for the Australian navy. The company said Monday it will provide simulation planning and technical support services as well as professional interactors to support multisite synthetic training at the Australian navy’s synthetic …

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Australia’s Air Force Hits 5K-Hour Simulator Training Mark at CAE-Run Center

Australia’s air force has surpassed the 5,000-hour milestone of utility aircraft simulator training at CAE‘s Sale, Victoria-based training center in Australia which opened in 2014. CAE said Thursday the training center was established as part of a contract award received from Australia’s Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group to offer King Air 350 …

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KBR to Assist Scientific Management Associates in Technical Training Program for Australia’s Navy

KBR has landed a five-year subcontract from Scientific Management Associates to help the latter provide technical training support services to the Australian navy at the HMAS Cerberus navy training establishment. KBR said Thursday the contract will cover the design and delivery of constructive, live and virtual training environments and training management systems …

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Thales to Update Sonar Systems on Australian Collins-Class Submarines

Thales has received a design and pre-production contract to update sonar systems in six of Australia’s Collins-class submarines in an effort to boost underwater threat detection efforts for the country’s navy. The company said Tuesday it will install its new Modular Cylindrical Array, flank array and on-board processing technology in the submarines as …

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Lockheed to Integrate Combat System on Future Australia Submarine Fleet

Lockheed Martin‘s Australia-based subsidiary has been awarded a contract install combat systems on 12 future ­submarines for that country’s navy, The Australian newspaper reported Friday. Brendan Nicholson writes Lockheed will integrate the combat systems in partnership with Australia’s defense department and France-based company DCNS. DCNS was chosen for the potential $38.7 billion contract in April to help design 12 submarines …

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Australian Navy Selects KBR to Provide Training Services on LHD Ships

The Australian navy has granted KBR with a five-year contract to update the training system used for the crews of the Canberra-class Landing Helicopter Dock ships. KBR’s training solutions team will work to deliver its sustainment training system at the Australian navy’s Sydney training facility, KBR said Tuesday. The company added that the facility will work to …

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