Tag Archives: Canberra

CAE Expands Defense & Security Business Footprint With New Australia Office

CAE‘s defense and security unit has opened a new office in Canberra, Australia, and exhibited company-built simulation products during the inauguration ceremony. The company said Wednesday Christopher Pyne, Australian minister for defense industry, and Ian Bell, vice president and general manager of CAE’s operations in Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, attended the formal …

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General Dynamics’ Mission Systems Unit Expands Canberra, Australia Office; Chris Marzilli Comments

General Dynamics‘ mission systems business has expanded its business and  engineering resource center in Canberra, Australia, as part of growth efforts. The expanded GDMS facility at Brindabella Park is close to the Australian defense department’s capability, acquisition and sustainment group office and houses the company’s Mediaware digital video processing operations, General Dynamics said …

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Leidos Opens Tech Collaboration Facility in Canberra, Australia; Tim Reardon Comments

Leidos has opened a new facility in Canberra, Australia, in a move to provide collaboration space for the company’s employees, clients and partners to explore new technology platforms, ARN reported Friday. The CONNECT hub will employ at least 20 professionals and support government customer programs in the information technology, communications, …

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GE Taps RJE Global to Produce Gas Turbine Modules for Australia’s Navy Frigate Program

General Electric‘s Marine Solutions subsidiary has selected RJE Global to assemble gas turbine modules and produce engine components in support of the Australian navy’s frigate program. Marine Solutions said Wednesday that the memorandum of understanding requires RJE to produce LM2500 modules for the nine-ship SEA 5000 Future Frigate program which …

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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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Air Force Seeks Proposals for Radiation Detector Repair Services

The U.S. Air Force looks to issue a sole-source contract for repair work on the military branch’s radiation detector equipment. A notice posted Friday on FedBizOpps stated the Air Force seeks a contractor to inspect and fix three Cryo-Pulse 5 detectors as well as provide one coaxial field effect transistor for detector. Responses to the solicitation are due Aug. 9. Canberra, the original …

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AFR: IBM to Open Canberra Cyber Center

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty has announced the company plans to establish a cybersecurity center in the country’s capital of Canberra, the Australian Financial Review reported Tuesday. Paul Smith writes Kevin Zuccato, former director of Australia’s High Tech Crime Centre, was appointed to lead IBM’s National Cyber Security Centre. The center will offer collaboration …

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NanoMarkets: Radiation Detection Device Demand to Grow in Domestic Security, Military Markets

A new NanoMarkets report predicts that the radiation detection device market will reach a value of $1.92 billion for domestic security applications and $868 million for military applications by 2020. The company said Jan. 5 that the military and security sectors are the fastest-growing markets for radiation detection devices due to an …

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SAP Plans $150M Investment in Australian Digital Service Facilities

SAP‘s Australian business plans to invest $150 million over a five-year period in the future SAP Institute of Digital Government and a new data center in Canberra, Inside SAP reported Monday. Freya Purnell reports that the data center will offer SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud services to support citizen services and cloud-first policies at Australian federal …

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