in South Australia
Systems and Cyber
South Australia is home to a diverse and highly skilled industry base of prime contractors and small-to-medium enterprises delivering solutions in systems and cyber for major defence projects, including naval shipbuilding.
With key organisations in South Australia confirmed to support major Defence projects, the opportunities are endless.
At a glance:
Jindalee Operational Radar NetworkA multi-billion-dollar investment in three over-the-horizon radar systems that use the ionosphere to monitor air and sea movements across at least 37,000 square kilometres.
$1.2 billion enhancement
To be delivered by 2030
P-8A Poseidon aircraftRAAF Base Edinburgh in Adelaide is the base for the nation’s new fleet of 15 P-8A Poseidon maritime surveillance aircraft
30 years of sustainment and upgrade work
Deep maintenance work underway at RAAF Base Edinburgh
Unmanned aerial systemsGround control station for Triton unmanned aerial systems
as part of the intelligence surveillance reconnaissance (ISR) hub at Edinburgh Defence Precinct
for service in the early to mid-2020s
Gulfstream G5504 Gulfstream G550 aircraft to be based at RAAF Base Edinburgh
$2.46 billion program
Sustainment of the aircraft over its lifespan
with first aircraft due to fly out from 2023
Land 19 short-range ground-based air defence (SRGBAD)Delivery of a ground-based surface-to-air missile system with beyond-visual-range capability for the Australian Army
Raytheon Australia’s Centre for Joint Integration in Adelaide will be used for the design, manufacture and assembly of some key elements of the system
100 direct jobs across the life of the capability
South Australia has a rapidly growing space innovation ecosystem and is well placed to become Australia’s hub for future space industry development. Already home to over 100 space-related organisations, South Australia is committed to developing strategies to grow the local industry and to increase research and development collaboration as well as international engagement.