New industry alliance to deliver Australia’s AUKUS Pillar 2 capabilities
Australia’s sovereign Information Warfare (IW) capabilities have been boosted with the establishment of an Australian Defence Industry-led consortium. Announced at the Indo Pacific Expo in Sydney last week, the Australian Information Warfare Alliance (AIWA) brings together...
Australia's Asension Exhibiting Electronic Warfare Capability at AUSA 2023
From the 9th to the 11th of October 2023, Asension will be part of the Australian delegation travelling with Team Defence Australia to exhibit at the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) annual meeting and exposition...
Asension Forges Strategic Partnership with Alaris Antennas
Asension are thrilled to share that we have signed a distribution agreement and are now a trusted supplier in Australian and New Zealand of Alaris Antennas, a global pioneer in antenna solutions for EW spectrum monitoring and communications...
Asension at DSEI UK 2023
From the 12th to the 15th of September 2023, Asension will be part of the Australian delegation travelling with Team Defence Australia to exhibit at the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) exhibition. You can book a time to meet with the team here.
Gilmour Space confirms MMI funding for Australian Space Manufacturing Network
Gilmour Space Technologies confirmed today that it has executed a $52 million grant agreement with the federal government to advance the development and commercialisation of new space technologies in Australia...
SA space companies sign MOU for EW rocket payload
The signing of the MOU between Southern Launch, ATSpace Australia, Asension (formerly DEWC Systems), and Inovor Technologies was witnessed by Defence SA Chief Executive Officer Mr Richard Price at the South Australian Aerospace and Information Warfare Forum in Adelaide.
Five year collaboration between Gilmour Space and DEWC to develop space-based EW system
DEWC Systems and Australian launch services company Gilmour Space Technologies have signed a agreement to launch the next generation Miniaturized Orbital Electronic Warfare Sensor Systems (MOESS) system as a sovereign, space-based, electronic warfare system...
South Australian rocket range one step closer to sending satellites into orbit to protect defence force
DEWC Systems CEO Ian Spencer succinctly explains how electronic warfare works and and how DEWC’s idea of a constellation of mini satellites will be able to detect potentially dangerous radar signals from enemy forces.