BlueZone Group & Defence
In 2015, BlueZone Group was formed combining the Defence experience of ATSA Defence Services Pty Ltd and UVS Pty Ltd. BlueZone Group draws on more than twenty years of experience as a Defence-focused SME with a track record of high-quality performance on multiple projects for the Australian Defence Force. BlueZone brings knowledge and understanding of the latest technology and innovations such as Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUV) and Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USV). The team at BlueZone are committed to providing quality maintenance and improvements to meet the Defence Forces’ requirements… Read More
LAND1771 Tranche 1 Geospatial Support Systems
BlueZone Group has been awarded a two-year contract to deliver and sustain Littoral and Riverine Survey (LRS) Systems, as part of the LAND 1771 program, to support the joint land force. LAND 1771 Tranche 1 will introduce the first Geospatial Survey Systems (GSS) to the Land Force commanders by modernising geospatial capabilities. The LRS capability will perform hydrographic and bathymetric surveys of environments to facilitate the collection and dissemination of Geospatial data… Read More
SEA1770 Rapid Environmental Assessment
BlueZone Group has an ongoing contract with LEIDOS to supply, integrate and support sensor suites for the Rapid Environmental Assessment. The Royal Australian Navy will receive deployable elements to enhance the direction, collection, processing and dissemination of tactical maritime environmental information, such as Military Geospatial Information (MGI). Specialised UUVs such as the REMUS 100S, are configured for hydrographic and offshore surveys, designed to eliminate the need for larger vessels…Read More
AUV-62AT Intermediate ASW Training Target
The future of BlueZone’s long-standing partnership with Saab Australia has enabled an ongoing in-service operational and maintenance assistance of the AUV62-AT Intermediate Anti-Submarine Warfare Training target. Marine robotics supported by BlueZone will be an important contributor to the Australian Naval fleet, allowing them to maintain a technological edge… Read More.