Under the system to be implemented under a $19 million award for the ministry's Commodity Team, the need for spares will be automatically determined and delivered.
"It's a new smart approach to spares supply" said Stewart Miller, senior vice president of Support and Service Solutions at Selex ES. "Instead of waiting until parts are required and then providing them, we're using advanced computer modelling to work out what parts the MOD will need, and when they'll need them.
"It means we can pre-empt their requirements and deliver spares so that they're available as soon as they become necessary."
Working on the project will be Selex ES's procurement partner, Astute Electronics Ltd.
Selex ES said a proactive obsolescence management service is included in the agreement, which will cover 57 bases in the country.
Additional contract provisions were not disclosed.
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