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Integrated air and missile defence

Since 2009, Shoal has been at the forefront of the conceptual design of the Australian Defence Force’s future air defence capabilities. We initially applied our model-based conceptual design methods to the Army’s Counter – Rocket, Artillery and Mortar (C-RAM) sense, warn and locate capability, which has been employed to protect deployed personnel.
Following on from the C-RAM design work, Shoal has further applied our model-based conceptual design capability to the conceptual design of the future tactical air defence systems under project LAND 19 Phase 7B, and the future Joint battle management system and medium-range ground-based air and missile defence system to be delivered under project AIR 6500.
We have also applied our model-based conceptual design methods to support the capability definition and program management of integrated air and missile defence at the Defence Program level, further demonstrating the advantages of a model-based approach in managing highly complex capabilities.