Farnborough International Airshow 2018
Jun 26, 2018
Nova Systems will be making a significant leap into the future this Summer by having its biggest ever display at the Farnborough International Airshow from 16th to the 20th of July.
Showcasing its trials helicopter G-NSYS outside the entrance to Hall 4 (with some interesting equipment attached), nova will also have a bigger and more imposing stand at 4A2 where potential customers will be able to meet the team. Featuring an integral meeting room this will certainly be a great place to come if you want to rest your feet and chat through the wide ranging Aerospace offer that Nova Systems can deliver.
Notably Nova will share the stand with our sister Part21 company, GVH Aerospace, who will also be showing off their AeroStretcher fitted to G-NSYS.
If you want to make an appointment to see us please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Media Release - Nova Systems strengthens its SATCOM Management Capability
Jun 25, 2018
Nova Systems has recently developed an innovative new proprietary toolset, enhancing its proven ability to deliver SATCOM Management solutions to its clients.
The new toolset, AGILESAT®, supports the delivery of ‘SATCOM Mobility’ solutions including communications-on-the-move (COTM) system support; maritime and land rapid-deploy system support; HTS dynamic service management; multi-satellite coverage planning; MILSATCOM steerable and shaped satellite coverage planning.
Nova Systems successfully provides defence and industry, SATCOM and Network Management solutions including Systems Modelling and Simulation, Earth Station Design and Testing, Satellite Payload Design and In-Orbit Testing, Link Planning, and SATCOM Training. The addition of the AGILESAT® toolset will strengthen this through life capability assurance offering and will enable existing monitor and control tools, and modern managers, into a single integrated environment.
The AGILESAT® toolset, has the global leading DataMiner multi-vendor Network Management System (NMS) at its core and has highly customizable user interfaces that are intuitive, extremely graphical and perfectly suited to the situational awareness and the high-tempo demands of a Government or Defence network operations centre (NOC).
Nick Pengelly, Nova Systems General Manager – Communications, Information and Space commented, ‘The AGILESAT toolset enables live ultimate control and management of agile SATCOM systems.’
‘The toolset has been specifically developed in Australia to address new-generation satellite systems focused on high-rate, high-mobility applications.’ Nick said.
Nova Systems selected DataMiner – developed by Skyline Communications – to be the foundation of the new toolset, based on the extensively proven capability and wider success for not only the maritime SATCOM sector but also the satellite, broadcasting, cable, telco and mobile industry. DataMiner brings unparalleled data connectivity, flexibility and tuneable management features that are well-suited to the Government SATCOM and Defence SATCOM industry sector.
“Our DataMiner platform enables the customer to implement tailored solutions immediately on the fly, which results in a highly efficient process of striving towards the highest possible operational excellence,” says Naveendran Murthy, Sales Manager APAC at Skyline Communications. “The system is highly versatile and adapts seamlessly to the operational needs of this sector.”
AGILESAT® greatly simplifies the task of adding ComSATCOM (Commercial SATCOM) capacity to an existing national SATCOM capability.
The emerging SATCOM managed applications enabled by AGILESAT® include communications-on-the-move (COTM), multi-satellite maritime SATCOM, drone video backhaul, telemedicine video and agile secure network extensions.
AGILESAT® makes high-rate SATCOM for mobility platforms simple to implement – at both ends of the satellite link, for both the central NOC site and the new field user.
Nova Systems – Australian owned and operated International technology enabler, successfully assisting clients to deliver and support highly complex capabilities and systems, within Defence, Defence Industry, Aerospace, Transportation and Energy and Utility sectors. With offices throughout Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, UK and Norway, Nova Systems is committed to solving the problems that really matter.
For more information, contact
Adam Schirmer – Marketing and Communications Manager
Jim Whalley appointed patron of the South Australian Aviation Museum
Jun 3, 2018
Nova Systems is delighted to announce that Co-founder and Chairman, Jim Whalley has accepted the appointment of Patron of the South Australian Aviation Museum.
The South Australian Aviation Museum (SAAM), founded in 1984, has a strong history in historic aircraft displays and restorations, holding several engine run and open cockpit days for aviation enthusiasts and historians throughout the year.
Succeeding the Honourable Alexander Downer AC as Patron, Jim will become the fourth Patron since the museum was founded.
‘I’m delighted and honoured to take on the appointment of Patron of the museum. The SAAM plays a significant role in the ongoing celebration of South Australia’s Aviation history’ Jim Whalley said
A former air force fighter pilot and test pilot with over 6,000 flying hours on more than 40 aircraft types, Jim is a graduate of the RAF Empire Test Pilots’ School and holds an MBA from the University of Adelaide and a BSc from the University of NSW.
Jim is active in several business forums and is a director of the Adelaide Festival of Arts, American Chamber of Commerce in Australia, and Australian Naval Infrastructure; and is a member of the Sir Ross & Sir Keith Smith Fund Advisory Board, the Defence Innovation Steering group and the Council of the University of South Australia.
David Byrne, President of the South Australian Aviation Museum said ‘We are delighted to have Jim as Patron of the Museum and I offer my thanks to the Honourable Alexander Downer AC for his valuable patronage, particularly for his facilitation of the acquisition of our Aermacchi MB-326H aircraft in 2004.’
As an avid aviation enthusiast Jim retains a strong personal interest in aviation as a civilian pilot and flies, flight tests and displays a range of antique, warbird and experimental aircraft and helicopters in his spare time, including piloting his CAC Boomerang regularly in air shows and displays across South Australia, most recently with a flyover during 2018 ANZAC Day Remembrance Day celebrations.
Jim holds a number of aircraft qualifications including F/A-18 Hornet, BAe Hawk T Mk 1, Macchi MB 326 H, Pilatus PC-9, Sepecat Jaguar, Hawker Hunter, Aero L39, Aermacchi S211, Beech 200 King Air, DHC-4 Caribou, BAC 1-11, HS Andover, Cessna 150, C172, C182, C210, CT4-A, Piper Lance, Piper Saratoga, Piper Arrow, Piper Chieftain, Beech 36 Bonanza, Beech 55/58 Baron, Beech 18, Robin 2160, Pitts S2A, DH-82 Tiger Moth, DHC-1 Chipmunk, NA T-6 Harvard, Robinson R-22, Schweizer H269, Bell 47, SA 341 Gazelle.
Nova Systems – Australian owned and operated International technology enabler, successfully assisting clients to deliver and support highly complex capabilities and systems. With over 500 specialist consultants through Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Norway and the UK, Nova Systems is one of Australia’s largest privately-owned Defence and Aerospace Professional Service Providers.
For more information, contact
Adam Schirmer – Marketing and Communications Manager
David Byrne – President
South Australian Aviation Museum
Nova Systems exhibits at Frontier 4.0
May 25, 2018
Nova Systems, UniSA and PTC have come together to exhibit a Digital technology and Augmented Reality showcase at Frontier 4.0 conference and exhibition at the National Wine Centre, Adelaide South Australia, TUESDAY 29 MAY & WEDNESDAY 30 MAY.
This not to be missed event will demonstrate, share and discuss innovative practices being implemented by infrastructure experts and leaders from around the globe and progress industry 4.0 practices, with a key focus on digital engineering, reality capture techniques, augmented reality and virtual reality.
THIS FREE EVENT brought to you by Enerven, SA Power Networks and Partners will highlight stories and experiences on how technologies have been used in everyday engineering.
Global speakers will present case studies along with interactive demonstrations and panels in a casual environment, which will be brimming with all of the top gadgets being used, and some future technology not yet on the market.
MSP Industry Engagement Sessions
May 21, 2018
The CASG Major Service Providers are looking forward to meeting with Industry for information sessions to be held across Australia.
Each of the sessions will be attended by all four MSPs together with Commonwealth Program Management Office staff. The sessions will provide a range of information including how the MSP concept works, how to engage with an MSP, what to expect, the likely opportunities, and the role played by the Commonwealth PMO.
ADELAIDE MSP Industry Information Session https://lnkd.in/gaPnt4k .
BRISBANE MSP Industry Information Session https://www.eventbrite.com/e/msp-industry-information-session-6-june-2018-brisbane-tickets-46351466484