Electronics manufacturer REDARC Defence & Space and Singapore defence and electronics company ST Engineering Advanced Networks & Sensors Pte Ltd have signed a partnership agreement at the defence and security technology show, DSEi 2023 in London.
The partnership will enable Adelaide-based REDARC to provide Vehicle Electronics Solutions to the Australian Defence Force (ADF) while driving Australian Industry Capability (AIC) content according to a statement .
ST Engineering has a suite of products and solutions that REDARC has assessed as competitive and appropriate for the ADF, while REDARC has the necessary manufacturing and testing infrastructure in Australia. This will help and will also boost the local workforce in Adelaide.
Senior Vice President at ST Engineering Andy Tan said: “We are hopeful that this collaboration, which combines ST Engineering’s proven vehicle electronics solutions and REDARC’s manufacturing infrastructure, will lead to a competitive and robust solution that will meet the stringent standards of the Australian Defence Force and enhance their operational readiness.”
REDARC Defence & Space General Manager Scott Begbie said: “REDARC Defence and Space looks forward to strengthening our relationship with ST Engineering. This partnership brings together two highly respected organisations with the common goal of providing a suite of fully qualified, Australian manufactured solutions to the Australian Defence Force.”
This collaboration also brings about sustainability and operational readiness as well as timely responses for spares and repairs when needed.
“We are confident that this partnership will deliver the best possible results, and we look forward to working with ST Engineering Advanced Networks & Sensors Pte Ltd to make this a success.”
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Picture: REDARC Managing Director & CEO Anthony Kittel (second from left) with Scott Begbie presenting gift to Jin Phang Low (ST Engineering President Digital Systems) and Andy Tan.