Australian-owned systems integrator Daronmont Technologies has been supporting the Australian Defence Force for more than 23 years.
With around 100 employees, Daronmont operates primarily in the Defence Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance and Electronic Warfare (ISREW) sector integrating and supporting passive surveillance systems, deployable C4I and laboratory systems and, most recently, developing passive radar technology via the Defence Innovation Hub with significant export potential.
Lee Stanley, who has been leading business development with Daronmont for 14 years, said the company was focused on adding value to Australian and international defence capabilities as a partner of choice for government and defence primes – with Raytheon Australia being an important focus.
“We design, deliver and support hardware and software-intensive systems and integrate these into both fixed and deployable solutions. Since our first task for the ADF in 1998, we have completed well over 100 discreet defence projects in addition to other major contracts at home and overseas” said Stanley.
“We have a strong relationship with Raytheon Australia that began with the remediation of the Woomera Range, Daronmont was contracted to design and build the Mobile Range Control Centre – a fully functional mobile command and control facility for up to 20 personnel and systems,” he said.
“Leveraging our Woomera success, our Deployable Systems team is working with Kongsberg Defence Australia and Raytheon Australia to provide the LAND 19 Ph7B Fire Distribution Centre.”
Stanley said the Daronmont team, based in Melbourne, Adelaide, Newcastle and Darwin was looking forward to being a part of the Raytheon Australia SME engagement program.
“There is much that we can learn from a global defence leader like Raytheon Australia – access to their broad range of professional and process development programs can only help us as we seek to improve our performance as a trusted partner in the global defence market” he said.