DMTC has released a series of videos featuring capable Australian small businesses and showcasing the outcomes they have achieved through participating in DMTC’s Industry Capability Development (ICD) Program. (more…)Posted by Harry Baxter on June 2nd, 2021 Tagged: benchmarking, collaboration, industry, technology, Welding
DMTC’s commitment to leading-edge, industrially-relevant research has been reinforced with PhD candidate Jimmy Toton (RMIT University, Sutton Tools) taking out the Young Defence Innovator prize at the Australian International Airshow and Aerospace & Defence Exposition at Avalon. (more…)Posted by Harry Baxter on February 27th, 2019 Tagged: benchmarking, collaboration, students, university
DMTC’s program and project management framework is a key element in delivering value to our stakeholders and was validated in our achievement of ISO 9001 accreditation for our quality system.
We constantly review the performance of our processes and the level of engagement of our project leaders so that what we do remains not just value adding but fit-for-purpose as we adapt to changes in the business environment.
Our recent survey of project leaders showed excellent levels of engagement. Click here for a look at some of the headline results.Posted by Harry Baxter on February 26th, 2019 Tagged: benchmarking, collaboration, defence technology
The DMTC Welding Capability for Defence Platforms Workshop was conducted on 25 September in Rockhampton.
Attendees at the DMTC workshop were particularly interested in the scale of potential opportunities to bring their significant experience and welding skills from the resources sector to bear in Defence projects.
Supported by Defence Industries Queensland, this first workshop covered a number of topics including the latest technology in automated welding and welding applications in Defence platforms.
Attendees at the workshop included key regional SMEs including Berg Engineering, Adnought, Monadel, Craig Harney and Moloney & Sons Engineering.
The activity is one of the workshops made possible by the Queensland Government’s commitment of funding for DMTC’s Industry Capability Development Program.
Posted by Harry Baxter on September 30th, 2018 Tagged: benchmarking, CDIC, collaboration, DMTC, technology, Welding, WTIA