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Nova Systems gold sponsor 2019 0xCC conference!

Apr 24, 2019

Nova Systems is a gold sponsor for the 2019 0xCC conference!

Taking place on the 26 and 27 April 2019 in Melbourne, 0xCC is an infosec, cyber security training conference for women by women.

0xCC is a free technical training conference designed to encourage and support women in the industry as well as those looking to join by providing an opportunity to upskill, build networks and to create a space for open dialogue. ​

In 2017, a study showed that women only make up 11% of the Cyber security workforce. 0xCC strongly believes the best way to help diversify in the industry is to build skills and create a place for discussion so everyone can come out with a more well-rounded perspective around issues and information security.

The event enables free training courses for 130 attendees, with sponsorship money going towards venue costs and travel grants allowing attendees to access the training who would otherwise be unable to afford travel and accommodation in Melbourne.

Importantly, while it’s a women-only conference, the organisers have gone to great lengths to ensure it’s not viewed as exclusionary and it’s being run to address one of the critical issues facing information security as a whole – the pipeline of skilled, qualified and enthusiastic people into the industry.

Nova Systems is dedicated to creating a culture of diversity, inclusion and equality, and in doing so, deliver on its promise of being a people-focused employer and a great place to work. As a professional services firm, they recognise that it’s their people who are their greatest asset.

Working on some interesting, diverse and at times highly complex projects, employees have the opportunity to work in a unique environment that is fun and down-to-earth. Nova Systems believes in empowering their people to succeed and the team are actively encouraged and supported to develop to their full potential.

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.

https://www.0xcc.sh/

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Nova Systems Silver Sponsor of 2019 SETE Conference

Apr 17, 2019

Nova Systems is a silver sponsor of the 2019 Systems Engineering Test and Evaluation (SETE) Conference!

In 2019, the conference will focus on Systems Science and Engineering for a better Australia, combining a professionally stimulating technical program with exhibits and presentations by sponsors and tool vendors. The conference will take place at the QT Hotel from Monday 29 April to Wednesday 1 May, in Canberra.

Nova Systems is Australia’s premier Systems Engineering and specialist Test and Evaluation services and solutions provider. This year, Nova Systems will showcase how they blend classical systems engineering processes with digital technology, model based approaches and domain expertise to deliver superior capability outcomes.

As a sponsor for the Test & Evaluation (T&E) program on Tuesday 30 April, Bill Bunton, Capability Lead – T&E will be sharing Nova Systems’ extensive T&E experience and knowledge via a panel discussion on the benefits of a robust Australian T&E capability to support and deliver systems assurance in a complex, systems of systems environment in 2020 and beyond. Mr Bunton will also present on SETE and Vocational Training.

Sponsoring the Systems Thinking, Modelling and Simulation program on Wednesday 1 May, Nova Systems’ Brad Spencer will be presenting the academic paper ‘Plying the Art of the Possible’, a Soldier Combat System Model Based Engineering Case Study. Authored by Meredith Hue, Jaya Sudarpa and Brad Spencer, the paper showcases the value-proposition of a model-based System of Systems methodology as applied within a Digital Engineering Environment through leveraging world best practice.

Ray Hentzschel, Senior Systems Engineer will be presenting ‘A Case for Standardising Systems Engineering Certification’, sharing the work being undertaken by the international standards committee ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7 working group to define a standard for certification of System Engineering professionals.

Cyber Security Consultant, Justin Parker will also be conducting a tutorial on Cyber Security Fundamentals.

Nova Systems blends classical systems engineering processes with digital technology, model based approaches and domain expertise to deliver superior capability outcomes. Visit us at stand 2 to learn more about our capabilities and how we can help solve the problems that really matter to you.

The provisional program is now available for review.

SETE 2019 Provisional Program

 

SETE Conference

SETE 2019 is an annual conference organised by the System Engineering Society of Australia (SESA) and the Southern Cross Chapter of the International Test and Evaluation Association (ITEA).

https://www.sete2019.com.au/

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SmartSat CRC set to propel Australia into the global space industry

Apr 15, 2019

Today, the Federal Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews announced the success of the SmartSat Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) proposal led by The University of South Australia and Nova Systems.

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.

The centre has 74 participants contributing $167 million adding to the federal government’s $55 million spend.

Focusing on advanced satellite communications, connectivity and earth observation, the centre will be based in Adelaide, Australia’s “Space City” alongside the Australian Space Agency and will cement Australia as a future leader in the global space industry.

In sharing the news, Chief Executive Nova Systems ANZ, Mr Steven Robinson highlighted the significant impact the CRC would have in Australia, building sovereign space capability, creating business and employment opportunities, driving innovation, and strengthening the economy.

“It is exciting to be at the forefront of an Australian Space industry milestone. We have already seen overwhelming support and collaboration for the CRC from industry leaders and world-renowned research organisations.”

“The CRC is another step towards the enhancement of the capability and competitiveness of the Australian space sector, providing an opportunity for the next generation of space companies and technologies.”

Mr Robinson also recognised Australia’s growing space industry as an inspiration for young Australians to pursue a career in STEM, an area Nova Systems is deeply committed to through their delivery of specialist capability training.

The Australian Space Agency’s goal of creating a $12 billion Australian space industry, generating an extra 20,000 jobs by 2030, is in reach with the largest R&D investment into Australia’s space industry to date.

Nova Systems signed a Statement of Strategic Intent with the Australian Space Agency in December 2018. The statement demonstrates Nova Systems commitment to the Australian Space industry and development of sovereign space-based capabilities.

In support of their commitment, Nova Systems recently obtained Spectrum licences for a range of frequencies within the satellite spectrum from the Australian Communication and Media Authority. The licences are set to bolster the Australian space economy by supporting satellite users in several innovative ways.

The SmartSat CRC will ensure Australia can execute a technological leap-frog to deliver smart satellite systems that are Australian designed, owned and operated and that will deliver the nation real-time connectivity, surveillance and sensing capability over land and sea, earth observation data to monitor climate and development, and the power to drive industry innovation and the growth of the Internet of Things.

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. We solve the problems that really matter.

UniSA

The University of South Australia is Australia’s University of Enterprise. Our culture of innovation is anchored around global and national links to academic, research and industry partners. Our graduates are the new urban professionals, global citizens at ease with the world and ready to create and respond to change. Our research is inventive and adventurous and we create new knowledge that is central to global economic and social prosperity.

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 and represents the biggest space industry R&D collaboration in Australia’s history.

http://smartsatcrc.com/

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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 Sponsors Adelaide High School in F1 STEM Competition

Apr 1, 2019

Nova Systems is a proud sponsor of Adelaide High School team ‘Lickety Split’ competing in the F1 worldwide STEM competition!

Selected as a wild card entry, the team competed in the F1 in Schools STEM Challenge™. The challenge is the world’s foremost student competition for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

The team is comprised of five hardworking students: Ivy Bell, Madeleine Berryman, Madeline Budgen, Sonia Huynh, and Ying Stokes. The unique team name was created by the students and represents the energy of their group.

Each year more than 17,000 schools in 44 nations take on the challenge of developing the world’s fastest miniature F1 car. Here in Australia approximately 22,000 students are involved each year with over ten times that being exposed to the program and having access to the same classroom technology used by the students to design and build their cars.

Congratulations to Lickety Split for placing 5th in the Australian competition!

Lickety Split, Adelaide High School

F1 in Schools

 

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