Australian Defence Apparel announces partnership with Nova Systems
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Australian Defence Apparel has announced a new partnership with engineering solutions company, Nova Systems, to meet future Defence uniform requirements.
Under the new partnership, a clothing programs engineering support system and services clothing manual will be developed encompassing research, material sourcing, establishing user requirements, design and development, pattern making and grading, rapid prototyping, technical data, drawings and specifications.
The partnership will improve design, manufacture, and management of apparel programs for military, law enforcement, healthcare, corporate and government organisations.
Australian Defence Apparel (ADA) chief executive officer Chris Dixon said ADA is committed to innovation and modernisation, to ensure clients have access to high-tech apparel systems that are enhanced by seamless fitting solutions and processes.
“It is my pleasure to announce that ADA is continuing to engage with local industry partners to advance our services,” he said.
“Nova Systems is renowned for its advanced systems integration solutions, and our combined capabilities will ensure superior outcomes for clothing program management.”
Nova Systems chief executive officer Jim McDowell said Nova is a trusted partner for complex program delivery to the Australian Defence Force, supporting major Defence projects for the past two decades.
“Nova Systems brings truly sovereign, world-leading systems engineering, digital engineering, integrated logistics support, and engineering management expertise to the ADA partnership, ultimately ensuring our Defence personnel are equipped with the best, cutting-edge clothing systems to protect our servicemen and women on the frontline,” he said.
“Our partnership provides a turnkey solution for all clothing requirements supporting everything from manufacturing, sourcing, engineering and logistics, and it’s for this reason, we believe we are a really strong team.”