Land Forces 2024

MELBOURNE CONVENTION AND EXHIBITION CENTRE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA
11-13 SEPTEMBER 2024

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AUSTRALIAN ARMY AT LAND FORCES 2024

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The Australian Army is proud to host the Chief of Army Symposium (CAS) 2024 at Land Forces this year on Thursday 12 September.

Army Innovation Day (AID) and the Army Quantum Technology Challenge (QTC) expositions will also return as part of CAS 2024, taking place on the first two days of Land Forces and open to all attendees.

Find out more on CAS, AID & QTC below.


Chief of Army Symposium (CAS) 2024

Chief of Army Symposium (CAS)

The CAS 2024 is the capstone event for Chief of Army to engage his people, partner forces and allies, defence industry, and academia and research organisations.

Designed to support information exchange, share ideas and build trust, the symposium creates an environment for attendees to challenge their way of thinking.

Attending the symposium is your opportunity to hear direct from the Australian Army. Please note, Symposium capacity is limited. More information will be available soon.


Army Innovation Day (AID)

AID

AID is a strategic collaboration between the Advanced Strategic Capabilities Accelerator and the Robotic & Autonomous Systems Implementation & Coordination Office (RICO).

Each year, Army poses a new challenge theme to industry to encourage development of innovative technology that can help solve some of our most complex problems.

The event demonstrates Australian defence industry and academia's ability to address capability gaps through innovation.

The 2024 theme will be released shortly via AusTender, calling for submissions. Select finalists will exhibit their solutions at AID 2024.


Quantum Technology Challenge (QTC)

Quantum Technology Challenge

QTC sees Australia’s best quantum thinkers competing to demonstrate how quantum technologies can solve critical Army problems and deliver unprecedented capabilities.

Quantum technology doesn’t provide new weapons or redefine systems. Instead, it exploits the fundamental laws of nature and has presented Army with unprecedented capabilities in the three key areas of:

  • sensing and imaging
  • communications and cryptography
  • computing and simulation.

QTC demonstrates Army’s commitment to developing defence industry and academia technologies, to prepare new quantum technologies for transition into capability for land force. Details regarding the QTC 2024 Challenge will be released shortly.