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Papers and Presentations
22 August 2006
Guided weapon range safety analysis capability announced to the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
The Range Safety Template Toolkit (RSTT) being developed by the Australian Defence Science & Technology Organisation in collaboration with Aerospace Concepts Pty Ltd and other companies was today presented to the Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Conference and Exhibit of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics in Keystone, Colorado, United States. The paper was presented on behalf of DSTO and Aerospace Concepts by Advatech Pacific, Inc., one of America's leading aerospace technology development and support companies.
The RSTT is being developed to support a diverse range of guided weapons in Australian service, including the ASRAAM within-visual-range air-to-air missile and the AGM-158 Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM) recently selected by the Royal Australian Air Force.
19 July 2006
Systems engineering and Complex Adaptive Systems (CAS) explored
The Principal of Aerospace Concepts Pty Ltd, Shaun Wilson, today presented at the Pan-TTCP Symposium on Complex Adaptive Systems for Defence held in Adelaide, South Australia, 17-21 July 2006. He presented on developing engineering approaches to deal with complex adaptive systems with emphasis on the differences between these approaches and traditional systems engineering. Shaun's presentation is available for download.
22 June 2006
Joint DSTO / Aerospace Concepts NCW assessment paper presented at the 2006 CCRTS
Dr Anne-Marie Grisogono of the Defence Science & Technology Organisation today presented a joint DSTO / Aerospace Concepts paper at the 2006 Command and Control Research and Technology Symposium (2006 CCRTS) held in San Diego, California, 20-22 June 2006. The paper describes the long-running Network-Centric Warfare Prioritisation and Integration (NPI) assessment program being conducted in support of Australian Defence NCW capability development. The paper is also available for download.
9 June 2006
Aerospace Concepts' Network-Centric Warfare capability assessment review released by DSTO
The Australian Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) today released Aerospace Concepts' review of Network-Centric Warfare (NCW) capability assessment approaches which was developed as part of DSTO's ongoing NCW research. The review encompasses both current NCW assessment approaches as well as areas otherwise unrelated to NCW that may potentially contribute to NCW assessment. The review is also available for download here (5.8 MB) along with an EndNote-format bibliographic database of NCW assessment references.
18 April 2006
Aerospace Concepts Pty Ltd at Complexity in ICT Systems and Projects workshop
The Principal of Aerospace Concepts Pty Ltd, Shaun Wilson, has today opened the Complexity in ICT Systems and Projects workshop at The Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering at the University of Sydney. The Workshop was organised by the Systems Engineering Society of Australia (SESA) in association with The Warren Centre as part of the Australian Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC 2006). Proceedings of the workshop will be published via the eScholarship process of Sydney University Press. Shaun's opening remarks, co-written with Chris Skinner, are available for download.
22 November 2005
Aerospace Concepts consultant delivers Combat Identification technology research paper
Cameron Boyd, our lead researcher and consultant on Combat Identification technologies, today delivered a research paper on this subject at the IEEE International Region 10 Conference in Melbourne. Known as Tencon '05 (www.tencon2005.org), this conference caters for a broad range of technology interests for IEEE Region 10 covering Pakistan to New Zealand and Australia to China and Korea.
9 November 2005
Guided weapon safety analysis capability announced
Dr Michael Jokic of the Defence Science & Technology Organisation today announced that DSTO, in collaboration with Aerospace Concepts Pty Ltd and other companies, is developing a guided weapon safety analysis capability to support Australian Defence operations into the 21st Century. Dr Jokic was delivering a paper at the Systems Engineering / Test & Evaluation (SETE 2005) conference in Brisbane (www.iceaustralia.com/sete2005).
8 November 2005
Aerospace Concepts compares NCW assessment approaches
Cameron Boyd, one of our key NCW research team members, has today delivered a paper on comparing approaches to NCW assessment. This paper, derived from Aerospace Concepts' collaborative research with the Defence Science & Technology Organisation, is an important foundation element in our NCW Prioritisation and Implementation (NPI) work for the Defence NCW Program Office. Cameron was speaking at the Systems Engineering / Test & Evaluation (SETE 2005) conference in Brisbane (www.iceaustralia.com/sete2005).
4 August 2005
Aerospace Concepts Principal speaks about Combat Identification technology
The Principal of Aerospace Concepts Pty Ltd, Shaun Wilson, has spoken at an international conference in Washington, DC about technology for Combat Identification. His presentation, based on research conducted for the Australian Department of Defence, covered more than 25 potential Combat Identification technologies ranging from simple cloth patches and vehicle-mounted panels to emerging technologies such as quantum dots.
28 June 2002
Army Offensive Support concept study released
The Australian Department of Defence today released Aerospace Concepts' preliminary study into the Australian Army's Future Offensive Support System (AFOSS) needs. Release of the report was announced via the joint Government / Industry Capability Development Advisory Forum (CDAF). The report, prepared in conjunction with the Defence Science and Technology Organisation, is the outcome of an initial examination of the command and control issues facing the Army's fire support capability in the coming decade and beyond.
21 December 2005
Australian improved Terminal Air Control (TAC) market technology survey solicitation released to industry
The Australian Department of Defence today launched a Worldwide market technology survey for Terminal Air Control (TAC) technologies and products. The survey, being conducted in support of Defence's Project LAND 146, is being managed by Aerospace Concepts Pty Ltd. The survey solicitation brief is available for download.
29 November 2005
Australian Combat Identification market technology survey solicitation released to industry
The Australian Department of Defence today launched a Worldwide market technology survey for Combat Identification technologies and products. The survey, being conducted in support of Defence's Project LAND 146, is being managed by Aerospace Concepts Pty Ltd. The survey solicitation brief is available for download.
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