|Industry||Defense, Electronic design, Radar, Communications, Coastal surveillance|
|Products||phased array radar
Number of employees
|Slogan||"Solutions with Commitment"|
CEA Technologies was established in 1983, founded by two retired Royal Australia Navy (RAN) personnel, Ian Croser and David Gaul. Employing over 270 employees, it is Australia’s largest majority owned Defence Company. CEA specialises in the design, development and manufacture of radar and communications systems for civil and military applications.
Products and services
CEA researches, develops, and manufactures:
- Wideband antenna systems
- Active electronically scanned array radars
- Missile fire-control systems
- Maritime integrated communications systems
- Harbour and coastal surveillance systems
The head office (headquarters) of CEA Technologies is located in Fyshwick, Australian Capital Territory. Currently the head office is located in three separate but linked buildings, CEA is expanding to build a fourth building on the adjacent block.
Approximately one third of the staff are engineers covering all necessary disciplines needed to design and develop leading edge radar and military grade communications products. A skilled production group produce printed circuit board (PCB) assemblies and mechanical assemblies in small to medium production runs.
In addition to the administration and engineering offices and laboratories, the buildings also house a small manufacturing and assembly facility, and an indoor antenna test facility (ATF). A mobile outdoor antenna test facility is used to support field testing and proving of radar and antenna systems.
CEA is providing the CEAFAR Active Phased Array Radar and CEAMOUNT Active Phased Array Illuminator as part of the Anti-Ship Missile Defense (ASMD) upgrade to the RAN's ANZAC class frigate. It is listed as one of the Top 30 Defence Materiel Organisation(DMO) projects.
CEA originally supplied and now supports vessel traffic service systems to several sites around Australia and internationally.
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