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POSTED ON 10-November-22

The annual Military Communications and Information Systems (MilCIS) Conference is taking place next week between 15 – 17 November and welcomes military and government organisations, academia, and defence industries to contribute to the future direction of military communications and information systems.


The conference facilitates a continuing dialogue between Department of Defence employees, contractors, industry, and researchers to discuss current and developing technological capabilities, project initiatives, and operational requirements.


In addition to keynote presentations, technical presentations, panel discussions and tutorials, MilCIS features an exposition that provides an opportunity for exhibitors to demonstrate new technologies and promote their products and services to attendees.


The 2022 expo will feature a range of exhibitors, with 14 Canberra-based companies exhibiting as part of the ACT Government Team Canberra stand. The event provides opportunities for exhibitors the event to connect with industry, military, and government leaders to showcase their products and services and discuss current and developing technological capabilities, project initiatives, and operational requirements.



Meet the Team Canberra Exhibitors:


Advanced Design Technology:

Advanced Design Technology (ADT) is a Canberra-based company that designs and manufactures innovative technology. ADT designs and builds sovereign EW, Cyber secure IT infrastructure and communications products for use in highly classified systems.



archTIS is a global provider of innovative software solutions for the secure collaboration of sensitive information. The company’s award-winning data-centric information security solutions protect the world’s most sensitive content in


C3 Systems:

C3 Systems is a veteran-owned SME specialising in the design, manufacture, supply and support of deployable infrastructure (shelters, flooring, environmental control, power distribution, lighting, power generation and energy management systems) suitable for Defence and Defence Assistance to the Civil Community (DACC) activities. Further providing PMO, Project delivery, ICT design and implementation services to a range of clients.



Castlepoint is an information and records management solution for the enterprise.

Castlepoint uses artificial intelligence to automatically register, classify, sentence, track, monitor and audit all of your records of the business, no matter what system they are stored in.


CEA Technologies:

CEA Technologies was established in 1983 by two former Naval Officers with a goal of creating a centre of excellence for the design and support of systems for the Australian Defence Force. From the outset, CEA Technologies was based on the provision of uncompromising design principles and robust through life system support, this philosophy became an enduring driver of CEA's business.



Cybermerc is an Australian company founded on a mission to forge a collective cyber defence for Australia and its partners, powered by a community of businesses, academia and government.

Employing veterans from the defence, intelligence and law enforcement communities, collectively the team has over 100 years of knowledge and experience in the development and delivery of our cyber threat intelligence solutions and training.



Datapod is a leading manufacturer of scalable modular data center infrastructure, deployment and sustainment services capable of delivering world-class data center systems to customers globally.



Ionize was established in 2008 based on the belief that everyone deserves better cybersecurity.

Ionize offers solutions to help organisations uplift their capability across the full-spectrum of cyber security.


Noetic Group:

Noetic Group was founded on the vision of growing a professional services firm to rival the established strategic advisory firms within the market. Noetic Group has a reputation for driving practical, lasting, and innovative solutions.



QuintessenceLabs is a global leader in quantum cybersecurity, recognized for its advanced quantum-resilient data protection capabilities.

Their capabilities extend from quantum key generation and crypto-agile key management to quantum key distribution.


Sigma Bravo:

Sigma Bravo is an Australian small to medium enterprise with a strong heritage in aerospace systems and ICT. Since their establishment in 1999 they’ve built an excellent reputation for working in partnership with clients to deliver enduring capability. 


Spearpoint Group:

Spearpoint is a 100% Veteran owned and operated company with a focus towards representing leading technology products into the Australian and New Zealand Defence and Police markets.


Vault Cloud:

Vault Cloud provides premium, full-service cloud computing solutions with Australia’s highest security standards. Built on advanced OpenStack architecture with powerful Intel processors, lightning-fast solid-state storage, and AI and machine learning accelerators, it also delivers unparalleled performance.



Willyama is a certified Indigenous business with an extensive background in delivering outcomes to the Government in ICT and indigenous consulting. Willyama delivers quality technical outcomes while seeking to create Indigenous employment opportunities wherever possible with a goal of being the largest employer of indigenous staff in the federal sector.