AMDA’s expositions are structured to enable the critical interaction between industry, government, defence and academia that is fundamental to the development of policy, strategy and capability for the advancement of Australia’s industrial, manufacturing and information/communications technology resources in the national interest.
Each event incorporates:
The expositions are collaboratively conducted on a well-established foundation of longstanding relationships with a wide range of strategic stakeholders. They include the Royal Australian Air Force, the Australian Army and the Royal Australian Navy, State and Federal Governments, the Defence Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG), Defence Science and Technology (DST), Australian Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, the Australian Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, the Australian Trade Commission (Austrade), Team Defence Australia and the nation’s aviation, aerospace, maritime and defence industries and industry associations.
Through these events, a powerful partnership has been created in the national interest.
The vision is for Australia to be strongly positioned at the forefront of aviation, aerospace, maritime, defence and security, with leading-edge resources and capabilities in industry, manufacturing and information/communications technology, throughout the Indo-Asia-Pacific region and around the world.
AMDA’s mission is to take Australia to the World by bringing the World to Australia.