DMTC partners take home International Maritime Conference prize

At the recent International Maritime Conference (IMC) 2023, conducted in parallel to the Indo Pacific International Maritime Exposition, the prestigious Bob Campbell Prize for best paper was awarded to “The Impacts of Operational Environments on Blast Survivability and Operational Performance”, presented by Blake Burgess from the Defence Science and Technology Group (DSTG).

DMTC Ltd would like to congratulate all involved and is proud to have played a role in this important work by conducting a collaborative program involving partners ANSTODefence Science and Technology Group (DSTG)Swinburne University of Technology and the Australian Maritime College on an extensive Life of Type Evaluation program. This program assessed the performance of ship structures through high strain rate and fatigue tests, simulations and physical tests of blast performance. The program produced key data inputs into the DSTG Life of Type Evaluation and Capability Assessment tool discussed in the paper.

Congratulations once again to Blake and the team for their outstanding efforts in producing this paper. Their dedication has not only contributed to the field, but also champions the critical capability they are working to develop.

Posted by Patrick Crosling on November 23rd, 2023 Tagged: , ,

DMTC Exhibits Maritime Program Expertise at Indo Pacific 2023

DMTC Ltd will again have a presence at the upcoming Indo Pacific International Maritime Exposition in 2023. In the lead up to the Exposition, DMTC is releasing a series of snapshots showcasing the accomplishments of our Maritime Program over the past 15 years.

A not-for-profit company, DMTC is a trusted partner of Government within the Defence Innovation Ecosystem. With specialised expertise in managing multi-party collaborations, DMTC is integral to the de-risking and industrialisation of complex, asymmetric capabilities. The DMTC approach to innovation involves leading collaborations that bring together Government, industry and research partners to develop sovereign industrial capability and supporting technical expertise in areas aligned to the requirements of Defence and national security agencies.

Our services can be summarised into four key areas and are underpinned by our ISO9001 and ISO44001 accredited Project Management and Collaboration Framework. This allows DMTC to expedite delivery of capability into the hands of the warfighter.

To learn more about DMTC, we invite you to visit us at the DMTC pod located on the Defence Stand (1D11) on the Indo Pacific trade floor. Alternatively, request a meeting with us via this link.

Posted by Patrick Crosling on October 18th, 2023 Tagged: , ,

Sovereign Capability at Scale

A national team of experts will advance an innovative biopolymer particle-based platform technology to develop vaccine candidates to protect against biowarfare threats including Q Fever, tularaemia, and melioidosis.

Health Security Systems Australia (HSSA) is engaging with leading scientific experts from across Australia, led by Griffith University, including the Australian Rickettsial Reference Laboratory in Geelong, the NSW Department of Primary Industries, the University of Western Australia, and industry partner BioCina Pty Ltd, an Australian-based global biologics Contract Development Manufacturing Organisation (CDMO). (more…)

Posted by Patrick Crosling on September 27th, 2023 Tagged: , ,