Elbit Announces New C4I Development Center in Australia

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Elbit Systems of Australia has committed to growing its technological development capability in Australia by officially designating its new Port Melbourne facility as a C4I Development Center.

In officially opening the new facility, the Chairman of the Elbit Systems of Australia Board of Directors, Haim Delmar said that this was another demonstration of the parent company’s commitment to Australia.

“I’m really proud to see what we’ve achieved and the growth and commitment it demonstrates,” Delmar said. “It shows the strength and level of trust we place in our strategic partnership with the Australian Defense Force. It is something that we value enormously.” 

The new center in Port Melbourne will be home to more than 100 engineers working on C4I technologies. 

Country-wide, Elbit Systems of Australia now employs over 260 people, with major sites in Brisbane and Melbourne and representation in Canberra and Darwin, as well as a number of Commonwealth Training establishments.


[Source: Australian Defnece Magazine]

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