Launch of final Air Warfare Destroyer marks a decade of Australian shipbuilding and integration

19 May 2018

“The Hobart class destroyers not only deliver revolutionary air defence capabilities against advanced aircraft and cruise missile threats, but these formidable warships are also providing the Navy with unsurpassed anti-submarine warfare capabilities. Sydney, together with her sister ships, HMAS Hobart and Brisbane, are true examples of Australian defence industry capability – designed for Australia and built by Australians.”

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Navantia Australia to sustain Air Warfare Destroyer with BAE Systems

18 May 2018

The signing of this contract completes the membership of the DDG Enterprise. The DDG Enterprise has been formed to provide a capability enhancing, value for money proposition for the Commonwealth of Australia. As a member of the Enterprise, Navantia Australia will work together with BAE Systems, the prime DDG Sustainment Contractor, combat system integrator, Raytheon Australia, and ship repairer, Thales Australia.

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Australian Engineers from Four Companies to Collaborate on Future Frigate 3D Modelling

14 March 2018

44 highly-skilled Australian engineers and designers have commenced 3D Digital Model courses to develop electricity, structural and outfitting design activities to develop a naval design capability for complex ships. Designers from South Australian companies ASC and Cornell Design, as well as Victorian firm Invenio, will work alongside with Navantia Australia employees as part of the program, which will grow Australian Industrial Capability.

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