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Maritime Environmental Working Group

Conference 27 Nov 2014

Submarines Sub-Program

Captain Steve (Sid) Dalton, RAN


Director Submarines Sub Program
Maritime Development Branch

Sub Programs
Submarine Systems Sub Program (Collins)
Future Submarine Sub Program

SEA 1439
Background
Phases 1 & 2: studies into modifications and
improvements required to bring the Collins Class
SM to full capability.
The recommendations from those studies were
approved in later phases:

Phase 3: Sustainability and Reliability Enhancements


Phase 4A: Replacement Combat System
Phase 4B: Weapon and Sensor Enhancements
Phase 5B.1: Comms Mast and Antenna Replacement

SEA 1439 Phase 3.1


Collins Obsolescence Management
Scope:
Remediate the existing Integrated Ship
Control Management and Monitoring System
(ISCMMS)
Related improvements to shore based
infrastructure

Schedule
IOC
Cost:

FY 2018/19
<$100m

SEA 1439 Phase 3.1


Industry involvement
ISCMMS was purpose built
Development and maintenance of sufficient capability
to undertake hardware modifications, software porting
and through life maintenance
Upgrade infrastructure requirements as necessary
Through life support

CDG Project Manager


LCDR Reed Dixon, RAN (PM CSS)
reed.dixon@defence.gov.au

SEA 1439 Phase 5B.2


Collins Communications and Electronic
Warfare Improvement Program
Scope:
Improve electronic warfare and communications systems fitted to
the Collins Class Submarine
High data rate satellite communications capability
Replacement communications centre
Enhanced shore-based communications centre
Provision of on board Local Area Network
Enhancements to as fitted Electronic Warfare (EW) capability

Schedule
Year of Decision
IOC
Cost:

FY 2014/15-2015/16
FY 2020/21-2021/22
$500m - $1b

SEA 1439 5B2


Industry involvement
Acquisition of communications equipment
Support activities and systems
Upgrades to existing facilities
Through-life support

CDG Project Manager


LCDR Reed Dixon, RAN (PM CSS)
reed.dixon@defence.gov.au

SEA 1439 Phase 6


Collins Sonar Capability Assurance Program
Scope:
Upgrade the sonar systems in Collins through a program of
replacement and/or improvement
Includes all aspects of the mission system, from the outboard
sonar arrays to the inboard display consoles and associated
processing
Supporting shore facility infrastructure, including training and
integration capabilities

Schedule
Year of Decision
IOC
Cost:

FY 2014/15-2015/16
FY 2017/18-2021/22
<$1b - $2b

SEA 1439 Phase 6


Industry involvement
It is likely that the system will be based on similar and
proven systems currently in service in other navies
In-country capacity likely required for project
management, equipment assembly, system
integration, training development and support
Update existing services and facilities

CDG Project Manager


CMDR Joshua Wilkinson
joshua.wilkinson@defence.gov.au

SEA 1354-1
Submarine Escape, Rescue and
Abandonment Systems (SERAS)
Scope:

intervention capability
abandonment capability
rescue capability
hyperbaric and medical treatment
supporting C3 arrangements
escape equipment

Schedule
Year of Decision
IOC
Cost:

FY 2012/13-2015/16
FY 2016/17-2017/18
$300-$500m

SEA 1354 Phase 1


Industry involvement
Local and international industry opportunities,
but to be maintained and supported in
Australia
Update existing services and facilities

CDG Project Manager


LEUT Louisa Young, RAN (PM CSS)
louisa.young@defence.gov.au

SEA 1000 Phase 1&2 Future Submarine


Design and Construction.
Scope:
Design, build and deliver conventionally powered submarines
Associated infrastructure and ILS requirements
All options from military off-the-shelf to a new design are being
examined.

Schedule
Year of Decision
IOC
Cost:

TBC
TBC
> $10b

SEA 1000 Ph 1&2 Future Submarine


Design and Construction
Industry involvement
Acquisition strategy under development
Facilities and support
Through Life Support

CDG Project Director


CMDR Matthew Ritchie
matthew.ritchie1@defence.gov.au