DMTC, Thales awarded Innovation Hub contract

Minister for Defence Industry, Senator the Hon Linda Reynolds CSC, used her keynote address at the DMTC 2019 Annual Conference to announce a new Innovation Hub project.

The contract is valued at $272,000.

In partnership with Thales Australia Ltd and research partners, DMTC will  deliver technical advancements to the Soldier Lethality System, specifically small-arms systems.

The next-generation solution proposes to deliver significant capability improvements for soldiers in dismounted close combat.

The Minister’s release is available here.

Posted by Harry Baxter on March 28th, 2019 Tagged: , , ,

Collaborators honoured with prestigious awards

DMTC has honoured brilliant young researchers and long-time collaborators at its 2019 Awards for Excellence.

Projects at the leading edge of technology advancement in the land vehicle and naval shipbuilding domains – working with industry primes like Thales Australia and BAE Systems and leading University and research agencies – were acknowledged with awards. (more…)

Posted by Harry Baxter on March 27th, 2019 Tagged: , , ,

Building capacity of our project leaders

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: , ,