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Stories for the defence and security industries and our local community.

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  • 2019

  • Saab releases OneView 4

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    Saab Australia has added three major features and boosted overall performance of its OneViewTM physical security management system. In release 4, Saab has included a new remote operation capability, a module for tracking inmates and visual dashboard metrics for measuring performance.

    Saab Australia has added three major features and boosted overall performance of its OneViewTM physical security management system. In release 4, Saab has included a new remote operation capability, a module for tracking inmates and visual dashboard metrics for measuring performance.

     
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  • Accredited Information Security Management Systems

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    Saab Australia has been awarded the coveted ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification after months of continuously working to build and optimise its Information Security Management System (ISMS). The certification supports Saab Australia’s existing defence and security business as well as strong growth into cyber services.

    Saab Australia has been awarded the coveted ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification after months of continuously working to build and optimise its Information Security Management System (ISMS). The certification supports Saab Australia’s existing defence and security business as well as strong growth into cyber services.

     
  • The Clarence Correctional Centre, which will accommodate 1,700 inmates, has the OneViewTM state-of-the-art electronic security system designed by Saab Australia. It has passed factory acceptance testing first time at its designer’s headquarters in Adelaide.

    The electronic security system for Australia’s largest prison under construction has passed factory acceptance testing first time at its designer’s headquarters in Adelaide. The Clarence Correctional Centre, which will accommodate 1,700 inmates, has the OneViewTM state-of-the-art electronic security system designed by Saab Australia.

     
  • Profile: chief engineer Graham Smith

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    From his early interest in aeronautics, Graham Smith has risen to the top of the defence industry, overseeing a diverse set of projects. This professional profile in create magazine chart's Graham's career, to his current position as chief engineer at Saab Australia.

     

    From his early interest in aeronautics, Graham Smith has risen to the top of the defence industry, overseeing a diverse set of projects. Graham spoke to 'create' magazine about the journey.

     
  • 2018

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  • Security boost for childrens' hospital

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    Brisbane's Lady Cilento Children's Hospital received a major security boost with Saab Australia's integrated security system. Saab Australia and Chubb Electronic Security won an ASIAL award for the successful installation.

    The Queensland (formerly Lady Cilento) Children's Hospital received a major security and safety boost with Saab Australia’s award winning integrated security system, installed and managed by Chubb Electronic Security.

     
  • Invictus Games 2018

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    Ten Saab Australia employees volunteered at the Invictus Games Sydney, helping out with floor management, entry control and even the complicated area of disability categorisation. 

    Ten Saab Australia employees volunteered at the Invictus Games Sydney, helping out with floor management, entry control and even the complicated area of disability categorisation. 

     
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  • New appointment to meet Saab’s security growth plans

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    Saab Australia has appointed David Turnbull as our NSW Construction Manager, who will take a lead role in our new NSW security infrastructure projects to meet Saab’s expansion goals in the region.

    Saab Australia has appointed David Turnbull as our NSW Construction Manager, who will take a lead role in our new NSW security infrastructure projects to meet Saab’s expansion goals in the region.

     
  • Opening doors to open minds to engineering

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    Whilst globally governments are prioritising science, technology, education and mathematics (STEM) education to ensure the engineering and technical jobs of the next decade can be filled; inspiring students to choose that path is another issue. Its imperative technology organisations can continue recruiting fresh talent as we continue to grow.

    Whilst globally governments are prioritising science, technology, education and mathematics (STEM) education to ensure the engineering and technical jobs of the next decade can be filled; inspiring students to choose that path is another issue. Its imperative technology organisations can continue recruiting fresh talent as we continue to grow.

     
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  • As a trusted partner of the Australian Government's future defence strategy we're proud to have been selected to deliver the tactical interface for the nation's future frigates and air warfare destroyers as well as the combat capability for the offshore patrol vessels. 

    As a trusted partner of the Australian Government's future defence strategy we're proud to have been selected to deliver the tactical interface for the nation's future frigates and air warfare destroyers as well as the combat capability for the offshore patrol vessels. 

     
  • Reconciling cultural differences

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    Saab Australia launched its first reconciliation action plan with local (Kaurna) Indigenous elder Frank Wanganeen and artist Daniel Coleman welcoming us to Kaurna country, with their native language and music.

    Saab Australia launched its first reconciliation action plan with local (Kaurna) Indigenous elder Frank Wanganeen and artist Daniel Coleman welcoming us to Kaurna country, with their native language and music.

     
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