Through the Virtual Shipyard Training Program, the South Australian Government is helping local companies develop the digital capabilities used worldwide to test construction, manage the entire lifecycle of projects, and link companies in to the supply chains of Prime Contractors, to enable them to compete for major defence work.
The program will position South Australia’s supply-chain to take advantage of the wealth of defence shipbuilding opportunities that will become available in South Australia from 2020, through projects including the Future Frigates and Future Submarines.
Through the Virtual Shipyard Program, a high-value, world-class supply chain, will be developed and retained in South Australia, creating sustainable jobs into the future and positioning the state at the forefront of industrial digital capability development in Australia across not only defence, but other industry sectors too, such as mining, agriculture, healthcare, space, ICT, cyber and information security.
Sixteen South Australian companies are participating in the Virtual Shipyard Program, which is being delivered at Regency TAFE SA.
Specialising in the design, manufacture and support of rugged software, hardware and customised computing solutions for defence and industrial customers globally.
Specialising in the design and manufacture of aircraft loading/unloading systems and heavy engineering.
Specialising in the design and manufacture of enclosures for industrial, data ICT, hazardous areas and residential commercial.
Specialising in multidiscipline engineering consulting, project delivery, asset performance and maintenance services across multiple industries.
Specialising in the manufacture and repair of advanced composite and sheet metal components for the aircraft and defence engineering industries.
Specialising in mechanical fabrication and installation, offering complete project management from design through to commissioning.
Specialising in research, design, development and manufacture of a range of electronic voltage converters and associated products, including bespoke products.
Specialising in multi-disciplinary service & project execution for instrumentation calibration, controls, and electrical installation and maintenance services.
Specialising in the manufacture of high quality precision machined components aerospace, defence, automotive, electronic hardware, food and beverage, mining, and rail.
Specialising in manufacturing and engineering services to provide turnkey solutions across waterm defence, mining and energy, power and rail industries:
Specialising in metal processing and value add services, supporting clients large volume precision production orders and customised products.
Specialising in engineering design and detailing, 3d visualisation, virtual reality, project management and prototyping services to all industries including defence, automotive and resource.
Specialising in the design and manufacture of communication and metal detection products.
Specialising in design, development and asset management. Best known platforms include the IPACS Asset Optimisation Technology and the IPACS Remote Asset Management Centre.
Specialising in the areas of PCB supply, graphic products design and manufacture, and contract electronics manufacturing.
For further information about the Virtual Shipyard program, please contact the Industry, Innovation, Science and Small Business team in the Department for Industry and Skills on 8303 2008.