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Australia shortlists simulation requirement

17th July 2017 - 11:13 GMT | by Trevor Nash in RAF Fairford


Australia has down-selected two consortia to compete for its JP 9711 Core Simulation Capability (CSimC) requirement.

CSimC is aimed at upgrading and expanding the Australian Defence Force’s (ADF) simulation capability to support live, virtual and constructive integration.

Two teams, one led by Northrop Grumman and the other by Lockheed Martin, have been successful while the Thales-led team that featured BAE Systems Australia and General Dynamics did not made the cut.

Northrop’s team includes CAE, Cubic and DXC Technology while Lockheed Martin is working with Calytrix and NEC.

Phase One of the project involves system development and …

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