Hanwha and Sigma Bravo partner to deliver training for Land 8116 Phase 1 Protected Mobile Fires (PMF)
Sigma Bravo have partnered with Hanwha Defense Australia to deliver cutting edge training solutions support the AS9 Huntsman self-propelled howitzers and AS10 Armoured Ammunition Resupply Vehicle
Sigma Bravo will partner with Hanwha Defense Australia to deliver training packages and training equipment to support the AS9 Huntsman Self-Propelled Howitzer and AS10 Armoured Ammunition Resupply Vehicle.
Hanwha has been selected as the sole tenderer to bid for LAND 8116 Phase 1, a $0.9 billion to $1.3 billion project which will see the Commonwealth acquire self-propelled artillery systems to be manufactured in the Greater Geelong area of Victoria.
Sigma Bravo will provide a range of training services to HDA including developing the training content and training equipment. Learning Management Packages will be produced through the Systems Approach to Defence Learning and a number of Augmented Reality and computer-based training solutions will round out the Huntsman training suite. It is anticipated that this work will generate up to 30 jobs over three years with ongoing support, most of which will be located within the greater Melbourne area.
The agreement will enable the delivery of exceptional products and training support with a partner of impeccable pedigree.
Mr Richard Cho, Managing Director of Hanwha Defense Australia
AS10 Armoured Ammunition Resupply Vehicle
AS9 Huntsman Self-Propelled Howitzer
“Sigma Bravo’s experience matched to the quality of their training products made partnering with them an easy choice that will deliver genuine capability and value-for money.” said Mr Richard Cho, the Managing Director of Hanwha Defense Australia.
“It’s great to collaborate with a company like Hanwha Defense Australia to deliver cutting edge solutions to new capabilities such as the Self-Propelled Howitzers,” said Mr Tim Wedding, the Managing Director of Sigma Bravo.
“The breadth and depth of our team’s experience will assist in navigating the delivery schedule and ensure we deliver best practice training solutions for this new capability.”
Sigma Bravo and Hanwha Defense Australia will continue to explore opportunities for collaboration in other Australian and global defence programs.