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Latest News From Nova Systems

Nova Systems Proudly Sponsors Royal Australian Navy Rugby Union

May 10, 2019

Nova Systems would like to wish the Royal Australian Navy Rugby Union team good luck for the 2019 Australian Defence Force Rugby Union Championships (ADFRU-C)!

Kicking off on Sunday 12 May in Canberra, the championship is a week long calendar of events and competition for the whole family.

Nova Systems is excited and proud to be a principal sponsor for the 2019 season and to have the opportunity to support a team of driven professionals who are dedicated to developing a strong team culture.

Join RANRU and Nova Systems for what is shaping up to be the team’s best season yet!

  • Sunday 12 May: Navy Men’s and Women’s versus RAAF, Vikings Park, Wanniassa
  • Saturday 18 May: Navy Men’s and Women’s versus Army, Gungahlin Community Oval, Gungahlin

Thank you to the players from both the Men’s, and Women’s teams for for representing the RANRU and good luck!

 

Nova Systems proud to support Royal Australian Navy Rugby Union

Chief of Navy visits Nova Systems at PAC

 

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Nova Systems Launches New Courses for Australia’s Space Industry

May 9, 2019

Nova Systems is pleased to announce a new suite of courses designed to support Australia’s growing sovereign space industry!

Created to inspire Australians, Nova Systems’ specialist capability training aims to encourage and support future space engineers, leaders and entrepreneurs.

“We are excited and honoured to be part of the driving force supporting the growth and competitiveness of the Australian space sector,” said Steven Robinson, Chief Executive Nova Systems Australia and New Zealand.

“Providing specialist training and support to Australian industry and government will continue to enhance our nations capability and contribute to the generation of jobs, innovation and growth within the Australian economy.”

Aiming to provide attendees with an understanding of space systems and industry across all levels, the courses offer insights and an appreciation of the space domain and the systems which operate within it.

“The growing space industry represents a significant opportunity for Australians to pursue a career and explore pathways in STEM,” Steven Robinson said.

“With the recent announcement of the establishment of the SmartSat Cooperative Research Centre (CRC), there are exciting opportunities ahead for the next generation of space companies and technologies in Australia. Our courses are designed with that future in mind.”

Positioned to propel Australia into the global space industry, the SmartSat CRC initiative is a collaborative research and development effort, providing significant opportunities for the Australian Space industry.

Nova Systems’ involvement actively demonstrates their drive to provide world-best capabilities to the Australian space sector.

The new suite of space courses on offer are designed to give Executive and Senior Managers introductory, intermediate and advanced levels of understanding of space systems and the space business.

The one-day through to two-day courses examine the key factors which influence the definition and design, the selection and performance and the acquisition and introduction into service of space capabilities.

Known for bringing the best training development practices to their customers, Nova Systems is a Registered Training Organisation (Nova Aerospace RTO code 40262) that can tailor their training solutions to meet their customer’s needs at a post graduate level or through delivering accredited training.

Nova Systems’ space courses are available nationally. Register now.

Visit the Nova Systems team at the 7th SA Space Forum today to learn about your Space capability partner for complex futures.

Nova Systems

Nova Systems is a an Australian owned and operated Global Professional Service Provider, specialising in the provision of technology enabling solutions and world class expertise to deliver complex capabilities and systems and solve technologically challenging problems. We solve the problems that really matter.

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Media Contact

Sarah de Valence

Position:                       Group Communications Manager

Telephone:                   +61 8 8252 7100

Email:                           communications@novasystems.com

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Nova Systems Drives Diversification in STEM and Defence Industry

May 2, 2019

Nova Systems is driving diversification in STEM and the Defence Industry through its ongoing participation in the ‘The Future Through Collaboration’ (TFTC) mentoring program.

The 2019 program was officially opened today at the Rydges Capital Hill Hotel in Canberra for its fifth year.

Suzanne Shipp, Executive Sponsor for Nova Systems’ Inclusion, Diversity, Equality and Leadership (IDEAL) committee and a mentor in last year’s program, provided a key note address at the event.

“The TFTC mentoring program welcomes women working across engineering, project management and technical areas. This year TFTC also welcomes women from the Information Technology (IT) and cyber disciplines for the first time.

“To date, the program has given 144 women working in the Defence Industry an opportunity for mentorship they wouldn’t have likely had otherwise.”

Suzanne shared how great it was to have the opportunity to share some of her 25+ years of experiences imparting knowledge and wisdom to our future generations.

Nova Systems is providing both mentors and mentees to participate in the unique collaboration for the second year running.

Steven Robinson, Chief Executive Nova Systems Australia and New Zealand, highlighted the program as an excellent demonstration of Defence and Industry working together to tackle diversification in STEM, and to grow and enhance our sovereign capability.

“We recognise the importance of continuing to increase the number of women represented in STEM careers in Defence, and Defence Industry, through collaborative programs and initiatives.

“TFTC provides an opportunity for mentees to learn from our leaders in this domain, strengthening and building skills to enhance their careers. I am personally looking forward to providing mentorship in 2019.”

Steven confirmed Nova Systems remains committed to providing equal opportunity for all and working collectively to achieve the best outcomes for Defence and Industry and the Australian economy.

The TFTC Mentoring Program is a unique collaboration that aims to tackle the issue of diversity head on by supporting the development of women within the engineering and project management disciplines through a structured mentoring program.

The program focuses on building understanding and creating networks across disciplines within Defence and Industry domains. These connections create a supportive and inclusive industry environment for STEM professionals at all levels.

Lee Kormany, Program Manager Maritime and a mentor in the 2018 program, said that the mentoring program enabled her to share her experience, whilst encouraging and developing future leaders.

“I really enjoyed supporting my mentee to achieve her goals for the program. It is a privilege working with such talented women, knowing that I am using my experience to support these mid-career Engineers and Project Managers to thrive in the Defence sector.”

Nova Systems’ commitment is mirrored in the calibre of the candidates selected for the program, with participation from highly experienced consultants, managers, executives and mentees with proven skills and drive within their chosen STEM fields.

The 2019 program welcomes 76 participants from the Department of Defence, Royal Australian Navy, Royal Australian Air Force, Raytheon, Airservices Australia, BAE Systems, Jacobs, Nova Systems, CASG, Beca and KBR.

Nova Systems

Nova Systems is a an Australian owned and operated Global Professional Service Provider, specialising in the provision of technology enabling solutions and world class expertise to deliver complex capabilities and systems and solve technologically challenging problems. We solve the problems that really matter.

TFTC

Established in 2015, the TFTC Mentoring Program provides women working within the engineering and project management disciplines in the Defence Industry the opportunity to work with a senior Defence Industry mentor. Over 12 months they develop skills and create a network designed to enhance the capability of the Defence Sector in Australia. www.tftc.net.au

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Media Contact: Sarah de Valence

Position: Group Communications Manager

Telephone: 07 3129 2237

Email: communications@novasystems.com

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Nova Systems Exhibits at the 2019 South Australia Space Forum

May 1, 2019

Nova Systems is exhibiting at the 2019 South Australia Space Forum!

The 7th South Australia Space Forum is being held in Adelaide, South Australia on Thursday 9 May 2019 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.

Supported by the Australian Space Agency, this biannual forum provides the perfect opportunity to stimulate ideas, share information about emerging technologies and discuss industry trends.

The South Australia Space Forum is a free event, which facilitates collaboration among key stakeholders in the Australian space sector and encourages growth and innovation within the space economy.

On the back of last year’s hugely successful 6th South Australia Space Forum, which attracted over 500 participants, this event aims to stimulate the Australian space ecosystem by:

  • Encouraging the exchange of information and promoting the latest industry developments
  • Showcasing South Australian capabilities to local and international investors
  • Assisting research organisations to identify industry needs and future areas of demand, particularly within STEM pathways
  • Promoting commercial application of new research and technologies.

 

Nova Systems is your Space capability partner for complex futures.

Nova Systems is committed to enhancing the capability and competitiveness of the Australian space sector and has a strategic interest in solving problems of national interest through:

  • Enabling satellite communications
    • Future satellite communications through the creation of research and development initiatives aimed at optimisation of future space and ground segments through modelling, simulation and training
  • Next generation ground stations
    • Provide space ground connectivity for small satellite operators through strategic access to spectrum licenses and site infrastructure at our ground station precinct
  • Space situational awareness technologies
    • Tackling the predictive and interpretation aspects of space situational awareness for the nation’s space-based infrastructure, while also improving the user-data interface;
  • Space capability upskilling
    • Specialist training and support to Australian industry and government in space systems including the certification and regulation of the space environment;
    • Student internships to support the development of Australia’s future space engineers.

Following the success of the SmartSat CRC proposal led by Nova Systems and Uni SA, Nova Group (Nova Systems’ parent company) Director, Peter Nikoloff, will be joining panel discussion on the SmartSat CRC – Building Australia’s Space Industry at 1.20pm local time.

The SmartSat CRC will catalyse the transformation and growth of Australia’s space industry with focussed activity in three key areas: advanced communications, intelligent satellite systems and next generation Earth Observation sensor technologies and analytics.

Chair and Executive Director of the Nova Group Jim Whalley, will also be presenting at 8.50am local time and will be addressing national and international space trends.

In-depth specialist space, ground and terminal segment knowledge and experience in the acquisition, introduction into service, and certification of large, complex space related capabilities, uniquely equips Nova Systems to provide training, certification, systems safety and engineering support to the nation’s space sector in the strategic areas of communications, space and ground segment operations, and space situational awareness.

Nova Systems signed a Statement of Strategic Intent with the Australian Space Agency in 2018.

Nova Systems is your Space capability partner for complex futures. Visit us at the 2019 SA Space Forum to learn more about our capabilities.

Nova Systems

Nova Systems is an Australian owned and operated Global Professional Service Provider, specialising in the provision of technology enabling solutions and world class expertise to deliver complex capabilities and systems and solve technologically challenging problems.

SA Space Forum

https://www.sasic.sa.gov.au/events/south-australia-space-forum

SmartSat CRC

The SmartSat CRC will create leapfrogging technologies in advanced telecommunications and smart satellite systems to build Australia’s space infrastructure for advanced communications and connectivity, remote sensing and monitoring for its land, sea and oceans. It brings together nearly 100 partners and international collaborators which, together with significant investment by the Australian Federal Government, have committed $245 million, represent the biggest space industry R&D collaboration in Australia’s history.

http://smartsatcrc.com/

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