Defence scientist appointed to lead Lockheed Martin’s new research facility

Minister for Defence Senator the Hon Marise Payne today congratulated Defence Science and Technology Group senior executive Dr Tony Lindsay

2nd Aug 2016


SENATOR THE HON MARISE PAYNE
Minister for Defence
 
 
Defence scientist appointed to lead Lockheed Martin’s new research facility

 
Minister for Defence Senator the Hon Marise Payne today congratulated Defence Science and Technology Group senior executive Dr Tony Lindsay on his appointment as director of Lockheed Martin’s new Science Technology Engineering Leadership and Research Laboratory (STELaR Lab) in Melbourne.

Dr Lindsay is one of Australia’s pre-eminent Defence scientists and is currently Chief of the DST Group’s National Security and Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Division.

“Dr Lindsay has had a distinguished 28 year career with DST Group and will bring a wealth of knowledge and insight into his new role,’’ Minister Payne said.

“His appointment is a testament to his leadership in his field and demonstrates the high regard in which DST Group is held within the defence industry.’’

Lockheed Martin will invest $13 million in the lab over the next three years to further study areas including hypersonics, autonomy, robotics and command, control, communications, computing, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.

Dr Lindsay will finish with DST Group in October before beginning his role with Lockheed later in the year.

 

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