Nova Systems makes headway in UTM development
Feb 8, 2018
The UAS Traffic Management (UTM) prototype system developed by Nova Systems, AGI and NTU-Air Traffic Management Research Institute (ATMRI) in a collaborative effort was proudly demonstrated at the Singapore Air Show 2018.
The UTM system aims to facilitate the future operation of multiple drones for a variety of missions, e.g. package delivery, surveillance, infrastructure inspection, in an urban environment in a safe, efficient and secure way.
Watch this new coverage by Channel NewsAsia for more details!
Media Release - Nova Systems selected as a Major Service Provider
Feb 7, 2018
Nova Systems is pleased to announce that a consortium led by Nova Systems together with QinetiQ and PwC, has been selected as a Major Service Provider to the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG), within the Australian Department of Defence.
CASG manages nationally significant and complex projects, purchasing and maintaining military equipment and supplies.
We are one of four Major Service Providers selected by CASG to provide ‘Strategic Partner’, ‘Capability Partner’ and ‘Integrated Work Partner’ services for up to the next 11 years.
Nova Systems together with QinetiQ and PwC, have teamed up to offer CASG a truly sovereign capability, providing real and present workforce readiness and scalability. This unique collaboration of three world-leading team members is possible because each shares CASG’s vision of establishing strategic partnerships to meet joint objectives. Each team member recognises the need for a paradigm change in the delivery of services to Defence.
In response to the selection, Nova Systems Group CEO Greg Hume said
‘Nova Systems, working with QinetiQ and PWC, are delighted to be selected as a Major Service Provider focused on delivering improved value for money, increased industrial capacity and enhanced capability outcomes.’
Nova Systems, QinetiQ and PwC shares Defence’s commitment to growing the capability and capacity in the sector, especially through specific commitments to engage and promote small to medium enterprises.
We will deliver the services together with our six preferred suppliers: Omni Executive, Arup, SMEC Defence, Logistic Engineering Services (LES), AMW Professional Services and BMT Design and Technology.
Australian Minister for Defence Industry, the Honourable Christopher Pyne announced the selected MSP teams in a media release online.
Nova Systems – Australian owned and operated International technology enabler, successfully assisting clients to deliver and support highly complex capabilities and systems.
QinetiQ – Chosen around the world for mission-critical solutions, innovating for our customers advantage.
PwC – PwC is Australia’s leading professional services firm delivering quality in advisory, assurance and tax services.
For more information, contact
Adam Schirmer – Marketing and Communications Manager
Nova Systems exhibits at Singapore Airshow 2018
Feb 6, 2018
Nova Systems will be exhibiting at the Singapore Airshow 2018, held at the Singapore Changi Exhibition Centre from 6th to 11th of February 2018.
Enabling safe, smart and secure air and space operations in the digital age, drop past the Nova Systems stand at #B17 within the Singapore Pavilion to find out more.
Nova Systems listed in ADM Top 40 Defence Contractors
Jan 11, 2018
Nova Systems has again placed well in the Australian Defence Magazine’s Annual rankings of Australia’s Top 40 Defence Contractors.
Placing at #27, Nova Systems has shown solid growth, up $10.9 million in defence revenue for the year 2017.
Tim Ryan wins AIDN-QLD YOUNG ACHIEVER AWARD 2017
Nov 27, 2017
Congratulations to Nova’s Tim Ryan who has received the 2017 Australian Industry Defence Network (AIDN) – QLD Division Young Achiever Award.
The Australian Industry & Defence Network Inc (AIDN) recognises that driven and talented young people are the key to the future of the defence industry. As such AIDN annually invites young professionals to demonstrate their achievements by entering the AIDN-Qld Young Achiever Award (YAA). In order to recognise individuals who may be future industry leaders, AIDN has created the AIDN Young Achiever Award.
Tim has been involved in multiple tasks requiring innovative solutions and rapid action. He has completed tasks associated with commercial and military aircraft with emphasis on rotary wing aircraft. Tim has also been involved in the evolution and application of UAV’s for military and civil applications.
Simulation is a keen interest. Tim has also been working closely with our Work Experience and Graduate Engineer programs.
Tim will now be entered for the AIDN National Young Achiever Award, announced at the AIDN National Dinner in Canberra, in February 2018.