The Strategist – A super approach to solving Australia’s fuel storage woes?

While Energy Minister Angus Taylor has highlighted that Australia’s ‘supply chain resilience has meant that during the Covid-19 pandemic, we have not faced shortages’, he, and the government more broadly, have also acknowledged that Australia needs to improve its resilience. Click here to read this article on ASPI – The Australian Strategic Policy Institute – A super…

Criticality of Sovereign AI Capability for Australian Defence – Defence Connect

Promoted by Penten AI Led Military Advantage  Future conflict is likely to see vast numbers of sensors feeding commanders rapidly changing updates about force disposition, soldier health, adversary activity, logistics consumption and multi-spectral observations. This data, when overlaid against the shifting mission objective, creates a decision environment characterised by too much information to ingest and act on in near real…

How we are helping to grow the workforce behind the Defence force – The Department of Defence

Implementing a continuous naval shipbuilding program, all built in Australia. Significantly enhancing our capabilities in intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, space, electronic warfare and cyber. Building our next generation of armoured fighting vehicles and protected mobility vehicles. Click here to read this article on the Department of Defence website – Business and Industry

Local SA company Bardavcol wins $28 million roads contract

Local South Australian company Bardavcol has been awarded a contract worth more than $28 million for a package of metropolitan road upgrades, including the $3.5 million Blackwood roundabout project. The Blackwood roundabout upgrade will reduce the risk of collisions and cut delays for approximately 30,000 vehicles travelling through the roundabout each day. It is one…

Martin Hamilton-Smith retires

Waite MP and Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith will not be re-contesting the seat at the March 2018 election, closing his 21 years as the local MP. He will stand down from the ministry at the next cabinet meeting on January 18. After representing the electorate in two governments (Kerin and Weatherill) firstly…