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The Defence Connect podcast is a unique series of discussions with members of the Australian defence industry, providing the perfect blend of business intelligence and insights from industry professionals. With guests from Defence, Primes and SME’s, academia and other key industry figures, this is the only podcast that brings the Australian defence community together.Defence Connect is a dynamic 360° platform bridging the gap between the customer (Defence) and industry. Defence Connect has aligned itself with the Australian Defence Force and the Federal Government, splitting our focus not just into the traditional sectors of Land (Army), Air (Air Force) and Sea (Navy), but into the six new Capability Streams: - Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance, Electronic Warfare and Cyber - Key Enablers - Air and Sea Lift - Maritime and Anti-Submarine Warfare - Strike and Air Combat - Land Combat and Amphibious WarfareAs Defence moves to ensure the Force Structure Review and the First Principles Review: Creating One Defence plans are met, Australian industry involvement is critical for mission success.The Defence Connect podcast will provide you and your business with valuable lessons, tips and insights into the industry, putting your company in the best position to take part in the increased Defence spending.We’ll cover every aspect of doing business in the defence industry, from the tender process to recruitment, success stories, access points to Defence, smart business strategies and gain advice from key figures in the Defence’s procurement process. Subscribe to the Defence Connect podcast and be part of this exciting and innovative industry. At Momentum Media, building communities is what we do.

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The Defence Connect podcast is a unique series of discussions with members of the Australian defence industry, providing the perfect blend of business intelligence and insights from industry professionals. With guests from Defence, Primes and SME’s, academia and other key industry figures, this is the only podcast that brings the Australian defence community together.Defence Connect is a dynamic 360° platform bridging the gap between the customer (Defence) and industry. Defence Connect has aligned itself with the Australian Defence Force and the Federal Government, splitting our focus not just into the traditional sectors of Land (Army), Air (Air Force) and Sea (Navy), but into the six new Capability Streams: - Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance, Electronic Warfare and Cyber - Key Enablers - Air and Sea Lift - Maritime and Anti-Submarine Warfare - Strike and Air Combat - Land Combat and Amphibious WarfareAs Defence moves to ensure the Force Structure Review and the First Principles Review: Creating One Defence plans are met, Australian industry involvement is critical for mission success.The Defence Connect podcast will provide you and your business with valuable lessons, tips and insights into the industry, putting your company in the best position to take part in the increased Defence spending.We’ll cover every aspect of doing business in the defence industry, from the tender process to recruitment, success stories, access points to Defence, smart business strategies and gain advice from key figures in the Defence’s procurement process. Subscribe to the Defence Connect podcast and be part of this exciting and innovative industry. At Momentum Media, building communities is what we do.

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Defence Connect Podcast

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The Defence Connect podcast is a unique series of discussions with members of the Australian defence industry, providing the perfect blend of business intelligence and insights from industry professionals. With guests from Defence, Primes and SME’s, academia and other key industry figures, this is the only podcast that brings the Australian defence community together.Defence Connect is a dynamic 360° platform bridging the gap between the customer (Defence) and industry. Defence Connect has aligned itself with the Australian Defence Force and the Federal Government, splitting our focus not just into the traditional sectors of Land (Army), Air (Air Force) and Sea (Navy), but into the six new Capability Streams: - Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance, Electronic Warfare and Cyber - Key Enablers - Air and Sea Lift - Maritime and Anti-Submarine Warfare - Strike and Air Combat - Land Combat and Amphibious WarfareAs Defence moves to ensure the Force Structure Review and the First Principles Review: Creating One Defence plans are met, Australian industry involvement is critical for mission success.The Defence Connect podcast will provide you and your business with valuable lessons, tips and insights into the industry, putting your company in the best position to take part in the increased Defence spending.We’ll cover every aspect of doing business in the defence industry, from the tender process to recruitment, success stories, access points to Defence, smart business strategies and gain advice from key figures in the Defence’s procurement process. Subscribe to the Defence Connect podcast and be part of this exciting and innovative industry. At Momentum Media, building communities is what we do.

Defence and industry agility in a period of competition - Greg Moriarty, Secretary of the Department of Defence

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Australia's defence capability is at a key point in its development and acquisition time frame, with industry and defence collaboration playing a critical role to delivering next-generation capabilities to the Australian warfighter.

In this podcast, Secretary of the Department of Defence, Greg Moriarty, joins host Phil Tarrant to discuss the developing relationships between industry and defence and the subsequent impact on Australia's long-term strategic agenda.

Oct 11 2019

25mins

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Common heritage, shared history and moving forward into a contested environment – VADM Paul Maddison, UNSW

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Vice Admiral (Ret'd) Paul Maddison joins host Phil Tarrant to discuss the commonalities between Australia and Canada and the role both nations will play in navigating an increasingly contested Indo-Pacific.

Shifting towards his new role as the inaugural head of the University of New South Wales Defence Research Institute, Maddison will discuss one of the primary focuses of the freshly minted UNSW Defence Research Institute, which is to nurture and strengthen international relationships, particularly within the Five Eyes network, mainly the US, UK, New Zealand and Canada.

Finally, Maddison will speak to the role of defence innovation in the Australian industry and defence ecosystems, and the role the nation's entrepreneurial spirit will play in providing capability enhancements for the ADF and broader alliance network - as part of this, Maddison will discuss the collaborative nature of contemporary research and development within Australia and UNSW in particular, and the role it plays in supporting Australia's defence industry.

Oct 09 2019

32mins

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Aussie start-up providing leading edge autonomous maritime capability – Robert Dane, OCIUS, and Daniel Dent, Thales

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Australia's defence industry start-up ecosystem is steadily growing with a number of stand-out performers designing, building and testing leading-edge capabilities.

In this podcast, Robert Dane, CEO of OCIUS, and Daniel Dent, research and development projects manager, underwater systems, Thales Australia, join host Phil Tarrant to discuss the growing role of Australia's defence industry start-ups in providing a fundamental input to capability.

Enjoy the podcast, The Defence Connect team

Oct 08 2019

31mins

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Supporting Australia's sovereign shipbuilding capability - Steve Robinson, Lee Kormany

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Australia's pursuit of a continuous shipbuilding industry has been the driving force behind closer integration between defence industry primes and the nation's wealth of SMEs, for Nova Systems' Steve Robinson and Lee Kormany supporting the dialogue between the two levels of defence industry is essential to guaranteeing success.

Enjoy the podcast, The Defence Connect team

Oct 03 2019

29mins

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Tomorrow’s technologies protecting Australia’s shores – J3Seven’s Michael Molnar & Decision Science’s Geoff Clelland

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Australia will soon receive a new product from Decision Sciences called Discovery, which is set to revolutionise the way border protection is conducted.

As described by Decision Sciences, the penetration and material discrimination capabilities of Discovery are unparalleled by technologies that have been historically employed by the maritime industry to combat smuggling and terrorism efforts.

Joining Defence Connect podcast host Phil Tarrant are J3Seven's Michael Molnar and Decision Sciences' Geoff Clelland to talk through this technology and its potential for use in Australia.

Enjoy the podcast, The Defence Connect team

Sep 26 2019

31mins

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Protecting Australia from chemical and biological threats; Felicia Pradera, Medical Countermeasures - Program Leader, DMTC

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One of DMTC's newest programs, Medical Countermeasures (MCM) is quickly being identified as a key capability to protect both the military and the public from chemical, biological and radiological (CBR) threats, as well as pandemics and emerging infectious diseases.

Funded by CSIRO and DST Group through the next Generation Technologies Fund, DMTC is seeking to harness Australia's capabilities to develop leading-edge, advanced technologies and to direct and deploy skills into activities that support Australian defence, health and national security outcomes.

In this episode of the Defence Connect podcast, DMTC's Medical Countermeasures Program Leader, Felicia Pradera, joins host Phil Tarrant to discuss the threat of CBR in the modern world and the development of relevant technologies to address Australia's national preparedness strategy, with necessary application to civil and military domains as well as the need to develop domestic in-country Medical Countermeasures capabilities.

Sep 19 2019

32mins

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Our role in the evolving region and the challenges for Aussie unis – Fergus 'Gus' McLachlan

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In this podcast former commander, Forces Command, Australian Army, turned Adjunct Professor for Monash University and director of L3 Technologies Australia, Major General Gus McLachlan joins host Phil Tarrant to discuss his new role as supporting the research and development capability of one of Australia's leading universities, Monash University.

During this podcast, McLachlan will also discuss the growing concerns about the integrity and possibility of foreign influence on Australia's university campuses and the moves in the United States to protect their own universities and research and development organisations from foreign interference, espionage and intellectual property theft.

McLachlan will also expand on the powerful force multiplying role Australia's universities and research and development capabilities bring to the nation and the role they play in supporting the development of Australia's national security and future defence capabilities.

Finally, McLachlan will also take a closer look at the role Australia will play in the increasingly contested Indo-Pacific region and how the modernisation, recapitalisation and expansion of Australia's defence and defence industrial capabilities will figure into the broader regional dynamics as they continue to unfold.

Enjoy the podcast,

The Defence Connect team

Sep 12 2019

43mins

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Regional security and the Pacific Patrol Boat program – Barry Jones, AMC

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As the Australian government continues to invest in its signature 'Pacific Step up' program, Barry Jones, manager of the Pacific Patrol Boat program (PPB), joins host Phil Tarrant to discuss the role of Australian naval shipbuilding and the University of Tasmania's Australian Maritime College in supporting regional security.

Originally designed to fulfil a maritime border, fisheries, resource-security and economic exclusion zone (EEZ) patrol capacity following changes made by the United Nations to the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), the Australian-designed and built Pacific Patrol Boats have served as an important contribution to the south Pacific.

During this podcast, Jones will discuss Australia's contribution to the PPB ranging from the original design and construction phase, through to the existing training, maintenance and sustainment programs keeping the vessels and crews capable in the current operating environment.

Jones and Tarrant will also cover the rationale behind supporting the PPB project and the similar guidance behind introducing the platforms in the 1980s, the expansion of the program with the introduction of the Guardian Class vessels and the addition of Timor-Leste into the program.

They will also discuss the role the Australian Maritime College, part of the University of Tasmania, plays in supporting the development of both Pacific and Australian capability to train, develop and maintain skills across leadership, maintenance, administration and all the facets needed to run a modern naval vessel.

Enjoy the podcast,

The Defence Connect team

Sep 05 2019

34mins

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Exports and the Australian Defence Force – Leon Notelovitz, Santova Logistics

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Santova Logistics managing director Leon Notelovitz joins host Phil Tarrant on this week’s episode of the Defence Connect Podcast to delve into defence exports and how Santova is servicing the Australian Defence Force. Notelovitz shares insights into how Santova supports imports and exports for the defence industry, the challenges it is facing and why the company expects growth within the defence export industry over the next five to 10 years.  He also discusses how Santova attracts graduates to the space, what skills it looks for in graduates and tips for SMEs to expand on their current revenue.

Aug 29 2019

24mins

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Cyber security and the defence industry – Michelle Price, AustCyber

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AustCyber CEO Michelle Price joins host Phil Tarrant on this week’s episode of the Defence Connect Podcast to discuss the world of cyber security and how it fits into the defence industry.

Price shares her definition of cyber security in Australia today, who is ultimately responsible for cyber in organisations and the importance of SMEs ensuring the robustness of their cyber security systems.

She also discusses AustCyber's plan to enable the Australian security sector to grow domestically as well as internationally, and how Australia has become a leader in the innovation space.

Aug 22 2019

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