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Support to MAN Military Vehicles

Support to MAN Military Vehicles

Nova Systems was contracted by Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles Australia (RMMVA) to provide EMC/EMI support to their Project Land 121 Phase 3B. Under Land 121 Phase 3B the Australian Defence Force (ADF) will acquire up to 2700 medium-weight, medium and heavy vehicles along with associated modules and trailers. The vehicle fleet will include both protected vehicles (for operational deployment and tactical training) and unprotected vehicles (primarily for tactical training). The new acquired fleet will replace the ADF’s current fleet of Unimog, Mack and S-Liner trucks.

Nova Systems was engaged to provide EMI/EMC support across all facets of the entire project. Input was sought at the various design stages (preliminary, detailed and critical) for all nine vehicles and all ten modules being delivered, with the emphasis on operational impact to and from the C4I (Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence) system. The actual integration of the C4I system was tasked to Thales Australia.

Nova’s engagement is essentially the embedment of a specialist staff into the existing RMMVA engineering support team. The support provided consists of writing and reviewing MSR (milestone review) documentation, performing DT&E (design, test and evaluation) activities, writing and reviewing test procedures and test reports, preparing ECPs (engineering change proposals) and CCPs (contract change proposals), and conducting AT&E (acceptance test and evaluation) activities. The role requires close cooperation between all parties involved – RMMVA, its head company in Europe (RMMV), its various subcontractors (module manufacturer and C4I integrator), and the Commonwealth of Australia.

To date, Nova’s support assisted two types of vehicles reaching the end of their respective AT&E phase, with the successful handover to ADF of the first batch of vehicles in early April.

The valued contribution by Nova System has resulted in an extension of the contract of EMI/EMC support until the end of the year, with the outlook of another year after that.

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Bret Barton

General Manager – Integrated Solutions

Bret is responsible for building and governing the Integrated Systems Business Unit encompassing the ...

Bret is responsible for building and governing the Integrated Systems Business Unit encompassing the:

– Transport Program (rail, roads, ports, infrastructure),
– Oil/Gas and Utilities Program and
– Land and Protective Services Program (Defence and civilian vehicles and services)

Bret has been a Manager at Nova for 10 years and spent over 20 years working with Canadian, United States and Australian Air Forces. Bret additionally consults and instructs to industry in engineering and business systems.

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Ian Lawrence

Program Manager - Land & Emergency Services

Based in Canberra, Ian is responsible for the Nova Systems Land, Explosives Ordnance and Emergency Services Program. ...

Based in Canberra, Ian is responsible for the Nova Systems Land, Explosives Ordnance and Emergency Services Program. The program is responsible for client relationships, capture management and service delivery. Ian began his employment at Nova Systems as a Senior Systems Engineer Consultant in 2012 working predominantly in the Land domain. Ian took over the role of Program Manager mid-2012. Prior to this Ian served with both the Australian and British Armies completing over 25 years as a Communications Engineering Officer.

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Nick Kemp

Chief Capability Officer

Reporting to the CEO, Nick is responsible for the leadership and management of Nova’s Capabilities comprising...

Reporting to the CEO, Nick is responsible for the leadership and management of Nova’s Capabilities comprising staff competencies, Intellectual Property, innovation and training. In this capacity, Nick works across the Australia and New Zealand business and is responsible for implementing Nova’s global capability framework.  Nick is an accomplished business leader with over 30 years’ experience across the defence, rail, utilities, medical device and civil aerospace sectors.

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