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cently awarded a Defence Innovation Hub contract to build a prototype radar system for Defence.
• Imagine Intelligent Materials is a manu- facturer of components and equipment from graphene, a so-called ‘super mate- rial’ which is extremely thin, conductive and can be manufactured at a relatively low cost. Its current focus is on the use of graphene as a sensor and effector in Hu- man Machine Interface (HMI) systems.
• Kremford is an SME which specialises in the development and production of control systems for stepping electric motors. Step- ping motors have military applications in radar and artillery systems and Kremford has recently also embarked upon a research and development program with academia to develop supercapacitor-based batteries.
• LHD Group Australia is a supplier of protective clothing, including to fire and emergency services in Australia and Asia.
• MMC Learning and Development (MMCLD) specialises in technology- based training and web-based applica- tions and has enjoyed a relationship with Army stretching back to 1996. In 2012 it undertook one of Australia’s largest De- fence technology-based training projects.
• Precision Technic Defence provides in- telligence and communications support and has supplied integrated support for Army’s Land 17 (Artillery Replacement). It is currently engaged in Joint Fires and Situational Awareness projects for the dismounted soldier.
• RedbackBootCompanyisandindustrial and specialised bootmaker and the sup- plier of the ‘Tactic Technology’ combat boot now being rolled out to the Aus- tralian Army and is now working on the ‘next generation’ of combat footwear.
• Special Operations Research and Devel- opment (SORD) Australia specialises in the design, manufacture and supply of police and military clothing, personal protection and tactical equipment. Cus- tomers include Australian and US Spe- cial Forces.
• Systematic produces Command & Con- trol and situational awareness products through its SitaWare software suite. Cur- rent users include the US and the armed forces of several NATO countries.
• Warwick Firearms Australia is the man- ufacturer of rifles for the hunting and farming communities and its WFM4 Low Visibility Carbine is produced for official military and law enforcement contractors.
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