Systems Integration

Systems Integration Expertise Delivered in Australia

Lockheed Martin pioneered systems integration more than 40 years ago, and we have continued to evolve our proven solution as Australia’s premiere naval systems integrator. At the speed of innovation, we are delivering the capabilities that enable Australia to rise to the challenges of today and tomorrow. 

Mission Case Studies

Our employees in Australia and around the world are focused on delivering the innovative solutions that have been the cornerstone of our success for more than a century. Learn more about these systems integration solutions.

Maritime: Surface

When the stakes involved couldn’t be higher, surface navies around the world require an effective, reliable system to take on next-generation threats in the air, in space, on the surface, on the land and under the seas.

Maritime: Undersea

Leveraging 40 years of full lifecycle submarine platform support in eight countries, Lockheed Martin has demonstrated in-depth experience and knowledge in submarine combat system design, test, integration, certification and sustainment.


Lockheed Martin develops a full spectrum of high-performance combat aircraft that enable allied forces around the world to conduct air operations anywhere, any time.
Ground Based

Ground Based

A layered defense includes surveillance coverage on land to scout the seas and the skies. Lockheed Martin has 60 years of experience developing and delivering ground-based radars that are deployed worldwide.
Featured Programs and Capabilities   ___
Aegis Combat System, the Navy’s most modern surface combat system, employs the SPY-1 radar for threat detection at sea.
The future of the ICS is a continously evolving ecosystem that will allow for fully integrated systems and neutralize threats across all domains.
Experience unmatched maritime capabilities with MH-60R SEAHAWK® helicopters. Its mission system ensures actionable knowledge, empowering target engagement.
Latest News   ___
Apr 26, 2024
The milestone was reached on March 5, during a flight on the Multipurpose Aircraft Ship (NAM) Atlântico (A-140), when the SH-16 Seahawk N-3035 aircraft performed self-controlled and controlled approaches, as part of the qualification for landing. on board assisted with Night Vision Goggles (OVN).
Apr 08, 2024
Press Release
Lockheed Martin will work with Intel Corporation, and Altera, an Intel Company, to support the Stimulating Transition for Advanced Microelectronics Packaging (STAMP) program for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (OUSD R&E).
Apr 04, 2024
Press Release
Lockheed Martin successfully demonstrated the first live track AN/SPY-7(V)1 radar for the ASEV, marking a critical milestone in the program which will ...
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