Williamtown Aerospace Centre continues to grow
The Williamtown Aerospace Centre has grown further with the announcement of Dexata as a new tenant.
Director, James Garvey said, “We are pleased to welcome local company Dexata, which has been a long time stalwart in the local Hunter Defence SME industry space. Dexata is representative of the ‘new wave’ of innovative, high-technology businesses that are responding to the growing needs of the Defence sector both nationally and internationally from a local origin.”
The Williamtown Aerospace Centre is proving itself as an innovative hub for the area’s Defence SMEs and Prime contractors and is now viewed as a premier defence technology estate with mature and growing firms like Dexata establishing at the precinct.
Since 2000, Dexata has been an innovative and respected provider of high-technology systems and software to the Australian Defence Force and Defence Industry. Dexata’s highly professional engineering team has repeatedly demonstrated its ability to deliver breakthrough capabilities to the demanding Defence market.
Now emerging as an international force in ‘Big Data Analytics’ for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance applications, Dexata has established offices in Australia and in the United Kingdom to support its Defence customers.
The Chief Executive Officer of Dexata, Mike McMahon commented, “We look forward to continuing to grow and prosper in our new location in the Williamtown Aerospace Centre, providing the Australian Defence Force with world-class technology and services”.