Rheinmetall and Defence Science and Technology (DST) have signed a strategic research and development partnership agreement to collaborate on land systems technologies.
The five-year agreement will expands the technology partnership between the two sides.
The DoD said the RDA and the DST Group have undertaken joint research in simulation and augmented reality technologies over several years. As part of this collaboration, the DoD announced a partnership with RDA in September to develop a new army tactical training system.
The alliance with Rheinmetall marks DST’s 17th long-term, strategic partnering agreement with industry to deliver game-changing capabilities for Defence. Chief Defence Scientist, Dr Alex Zelinsky and Mr Gary Stewart, Managing Director of Rheinmetall Defence Australia signed the alliance in Melbourne.