EOI FOR AUSTRALIAN SUPPLIERS IN TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL PROGRAMS
Textron Systems Australia has opportunities available for Australian suppliers for LAND129 Phase 3 and SEA 129 Phase 5 programs. Interested suppliers can register on the Industry Capability Network to access the opportunities.
Expressions of Interest close 30 June 2020. Click here for more information.
CDIC WEBINAR 2: GROWING YOUR BUSINESS IN THE DEFENCE MARKETPLACE
This 45min webinar presentation followed by Q&A session will provide a clear overview of the introduction, sustainment, upgrade and replacement of products and services by Defence.
The presentation will then deep dive into the relevant access points for SMEs seeking to grow their business in the Defence Marketplace.
Date: Tuesday 14 July 2020
Time: 11 am – 12 pm AEST
CDIC WEBINAR 3: DEVELOPING A SUCCESSFUL TENDER
This 45min webinar presentation followed by Q&A session will provide a clear overview of the Austender process, along with the forthcoming procurement requirements of Defence.
The presentation will then deep dive into the what a successful tender looks like and what pitfalls to avoid.
Date: Tuesday 11 August 2020
Time: 11 am – 12 pm AEST
SPACE DOMAIN AWARENESS INDUSTRY BRIEFING
The Wide Area & Space Surveillance Systems Program Office (WASS SPO) invites industry and academia to join us for a Space Domain Awareness Industry Briefing on June 23 2020 - 14:30 (ACST).
WASS SPO will deliver a Space Domain Awareness capability to Defence. The approach is to deliver this capability through acquiring a mix of SDA technologies with a focus on emerging technologies and capabilities to meet Defence’s changing operational needs.
Defence is keen to undertake smart partnering with a wide range of stakeholders, including Defence industry companies. The key to understanding the opportunities will be based on an accurate assessment of Australian Industry, achieved through early, regular and ongoing engagement.
The purpose of this Industry Briefing is to provide Industry and academia with an update on the approach to acquire a Defence Space Domain Awareness capability and the proposed schedule for 2020/21.
This event will be held via Webinar and registration to participate will be required.
This event is free for Industry and academia, please register to attend via this link https://kapara.rdbk.com.au/landers/4b5633.html
Naval Group has released a set of new work packages for the Future Submarine Program. They are asking for expressions of Interest submissions by Wednesday 17th June 2020. Further information can be found on the ICN Gateway at https://gateway.icn.org.au/project/3915/naval-group-future-submarine
AUSTRALIA-SINGAPORE MILITARY TRAINING INITIATIVE GREENVALE PROJECT UPDATE
The webinar will provide an update on the ASMTI Greenvale project and an understanding of:
- where opportunities exist for your business, in both early and main works stages
- the project structure and what this means for your business
- the defence contracts associated with these works, and how they apply to your business.
Please RSVP by Monday 15 June to secure your place.
Information session details
Time: 9.00 am–10.30 am
Date: Thursday 18 June 2020
Location: webinar register here
For more information, contact us on DJQ@dsdmip.qld.gov.au
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR DECISION MAKING INITIATIVE NOW OPEN
The Artificial Intelligence for Decision Making Initiative (the Initiative) is a collaborative project between the Office of National Intelligence (ONI) and the Defence Science and Technology (DST) Group, to develop Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) expertise and capability in areas of significant importance to the Australian defence and national security community.
The Initiative is a national program being delivered through the Defence Science Centre (DSC), the Defence Science Institute (DSI), the Defence Innovation Network (DIN) and the Defence Innovation Partnership (DIP) that aims to inspire solutions that will grow Australia’s AI capability and foster a national network focused on developing AI and ML technology.
The Initiative will provide individuals or small teams with three-month project funding of up to $20,000 for pilot project proposals based on 23 AI and ML Challenge questions. Successful applicants could also have the opportunity to become part of a national network, or have project prototypes progressed through the Defence Artificial Intelligence Centre (DAIC), or defence and university sectors.
Full details about the Initiative, including Challenge questions, eligibility requirements, assessment criteria and application form, are available on the Initiative website here.
Further queries should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
ONLINE COMPLEX PROJECT SIMULATION
Learn how to manage a complex project in the safety of a virtual simulated environment. Activities include decision-making, stakeholder engagement and team management.
The complex stimulation project provides a risk free experience of managing a complex project in a virtual environment. Virtual teams will compete to achieve the best project outcomes. Each team will also be given the chance to evaluate and compare decisions made by each team.
The simulation enables participants to work on the construction of a football stadium. Here they will make critical decisions, engage with stakeholders, use effective communications skills and manage teams relevant to a complex project.
Event type: Virtual (Virtual Teams of 3-4 people working in real time via video conference)
Date: 18 June, 2020
Time: 9am-5pm AEST
Cost: Price incl. GST:
- $330.00 Partner Members
- $352.00 Individual Members
- $374.00 Non-members
Supported by: Department of Defence
Find out more here.