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May 10, 2019

Cubic signs $7.1m deal to provide simulation services to Australian Navy

US group will provide a range of simulation planning and technical support and to enhance synthetic training events

Cubic Global Defense – a division of US-based Cubic Corporation – has been selected as the primary contractor for the development and delivery of local and distributed simulation-enabled training events for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN).

The four-year contract – valued at US$7.1 million (AUD$9 million) – provides a wide range of simulation planning, technical support and professional interactors to enhance RAN’s multisite synthetic training events at the Navy Synthetic Warfighting Centre (NSWC).

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The NSWC was recently established at the HMAS Watson Naval Base on Sydney Harbour. The NSWC will facilitate synthetic training events and focus on delivering local and distributed mission training activities in both land-based simulators and ships in an agile manner.

Source: Cubic Corporation

“We look forward to leveraging the expertise of our Australian simulation team and the best practices of our various global programs to aid the RAN in achieving world-leading capabilities for simulation-enabled individual and collective training,” said Miles Macdonald, general manager Cubic Defence Australia.

Cubic’s solutions and services are designed to further enhance warfighting capabilities and improve training for crews and ships throughout their evolution cycle. In addition, Cubic’s contract will increase the potential of live, virtual and constructive training integration across the RAN. Supporting both individual and collective training, Cubic will design and deliver synthetic training events and networks involving a combination of dedicated simulators, which will be distributed to naval vessels.

In addition to its partnership with the RAN, Cubic is the incumbent Simulation Support Service contractor for the Australian Defence Simulation and Training Centre (ADSTC), which supports joint collective training. Cubic also provides training as well as simulation systems and services to the Australian Army and the Royal Australian Air Force.

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