The latest news from the Sovereign Missile Alliance partners.
The Sovereign Missile Alliance (SMA), a joint venture between Electro Optic Systems (EOS) and Nova Systems, has been down selected as an enterprise partner in the $1 billion Sovereign Guided Weapons Enterprise.
The Sovereign Missile Alliance (SMA), a joint venture between sovereign Australian companies Electro Optic Systems Pty Ltd (EOS) andNova Systems, has announced its intention to collaborate with Diehl Defence on the Sovereign Guided Weapons Enterprise (the Enterprise).
Defence Connect Podcast: Securing Australia’s Missile Sovereignty with Jim McDowell, Group CEO of Nova Systems and Dr Ben Greene, Group CEO of EOS. With the recent formation of the Sovereign Missile Alliance joint venture, Nova Systems and EOS rise to the challenge of building a sovereign guided munitions capability.
A joint venture recently established by Australian firms EOS and Nova Systems aims to start production of locally developed missile systems within 10 years if selected by the Australian government as a partner in delivering sovereign guided weapons and explosive ordnance capability.
Two of Australia’s leading sovereign defence companies, Electro Optic Systems (EOS) and Nova Systems, have announced the first 100% Australian controlled joint venture to deliver the Commonwealth’s sovereign guided weapons enterprise – the Sovereign Missile Alliance.
Nova Systems is continuing to build its Australian supply chain and has reached a milestone 300 subcontractor companies, enabling Australian Small and Medium Enterprises to partner with the Department of Defence projects of national significance.
The world’s most advanced Infantry Fighting Vehicle demonstrates its lethal capability in a series of tests including the live fire of SPIKE LR2 ATGM.
EOS Defence Systems and supply chain partners take to the spotlight in the latest edition of ‘APAC Outlook’ in a bumper 22 page manufacturing special.
Nova Systems Group Chief Executive Officer Jim McDowell draws on his extensive experience and expertise to weigh in on the trending debate in The Australian.
Electro Optic Systems Pty Ltd (EOS) and Diehl Defence GmbH & Co KG are pleased to announce the signing of a Cooperation Agreement to facilitate greater commercial collaboration between the two companies. EOS and Diehl Defence will initially focus collaboration on advanced stabilised and remotely operated weapon systems (RWS) for the European and NATO markets.
In an effort to support Australia’s growing space, defence and national security capabilities, Nova Systems and the University of South Australia (UniSA), have committed to explore opportunities for collaboration.
The Nova Group CEO has spoken with The Australian about his future ambitions for the company and how he plans to maximise Australian Industry involvement.
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