AeroPM, an Australian professional services consultancy, specializes in supporting the Australian Department of Defense in acquiring complex and important sovereign capabilities.
Based in Canberra, the company was attracted by Lot Fourteen to work in a district of like-minded talented professionals in the defense and aerospace industries.
AeroPM’s Chief Executive Officer, Emily Frizell, said the new location would help accelerate the company’s growth.
“Lot Fourteen is a truly collegial environment and access to like-minded professionals and companies is just good for business,” Frizell said.
“Our Adelaide team has grown significantly over the past three years and the company’s maturation into a second facility reflects our expectation that this growth will continue as demand for premium consultancy support within the defense environment will remain high.
“Furthermore, our team really enjoys the opportunity to settle on Lot Fourteen from the CBD.”
With experts in systems engineering, test and evaluation, program and project management, commercial and integrated logistics support, AeroPM’s team supports critical acquisitions within the aerospace, land, maritime and collaborative domains.
The South Australia-based team led the test and evaluation campaigns for key programs within the Air Warfare Center at RAAF Base Edinburgh north of Adelaide. device capabilities.
AeroPM joins Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure on Lot Fourteen alongside research and industrial powerhouses including the Australian Space Agency, MIT bigdata Living Lab, the University of Adelaide’s Australian Institute for Machine Learning, Stone & Chalk, the Australian Cyber Collaboration Center, Commonwealth Bank Technology Hub, and the US MITER Center for Information Integrity & Defence.
Dixon, Lot Fourteen State project leader, said the growing cluster of defense companies is an important part of the innovation district’s value proposition and South Australia as a defense state.
“As we work towards opening the purpose-designed Entrepreneur and Innovation Center in 2025, there has been so much interest from defense, hi-tech and cyber organizations eager to be based here,” said Dixon.
AeroPM’s Head of Capture and Delivery and Adelaide Lead, Pete Nugent, said the new office was particularly useful for hosting interstate visitors in central Adelaide.
“The facilities for bringing together great and productive minds cannot be overstated,” Nugent said.
“Our expectation is that the continued growth of AeroPM would position us well to consider expanding into the Entrepreneur and Innovation Center.”