Lockheed Martin Australia Pty Ltd

Lockheed Martin Australia Pty Ltd is headquartered in the Canberra suburb of Kingston, and employs over 800 people across all of the Australian states and territories. Principal employment locations are in Canberra, Melbourne and Adelaide. Over 200 additional persons are employed by the Corporation in New Zealand.

Lockheed Martin required a centrally managed secure Video Communications and Collaboration solution that displayed services to a number of functional spaces including the reception and conference rooms.

Solutions & Services
  • Video Collaboration & Communications
  • Consulting & Design
  • Project Management Implementation
  • User Testing & Acceptance
  • Training
  • Secure Environment 
Methodologies
  • CitadelTech’s VC&C Solution Design Methodology
  • PMBoK

The Business Need

Lockheed Martin constructed a new Australian Innovation Centre (LMAU) located in Canberra. This facility is designed to accommodate a dynamic collaboration environment and will be used for a number of different events throughout the lifetime of the building including promotion of business to prospective clients.

Lockheed Martin required a centrally managed secure Video Communications and Collaboration (VC&C) solution that displayed services to a number of functional spaces including the reception and conference rooms.

Lockheed Martin designed the building to fit this need and has, in conjunction with CitadelTech, engineered an Audio Visual System that allows maximum flexibility.

The VC&C partner had to have the experienced and expert resources who are skilled at designing VC&C solutions in a secure environment.

CitadelTech engaged the latest technologies available in the industry and addressed the need for reliability, robustness, security and scalability.

CitadelTech’s Answer

CitadelTech worked with Lockheed Martin key stakeholders to perform a requirements analysis and functional requirements needs analysis to ensure the solution designed would be fit for purpose.

The solution required the latest technologies available in the industry and needed to be reliable, robust, secure and scalable. The solution design had to be low risk and align to Federal Government Security protocols to minimise risk to Lockheed Martin’s business.

Rigorous testing and design processes were required to ensure the solution would be fit for purpose as well as meet future needs of Lockheed Martin including the fact they would be treating the new environments as discovery centres to promote leading edge technology for the benefit of their client base, especially the military and for dealing with similar typed organisations and suppliers globally.