Australian Maritime Technologies

Australian Excellence in Naval Design and Engineering

Australian Maritime Technologies (AMT) is an independent Australian staff owned design and marine engineering consultancy. We have the staff, the capability and the long experience to provide the full breadth of multidisciplinary naval ship design, systems integration and systems engineering services to the range of Defence and Defence industry customers.

AMT has well over 30 years of experience from its beginnings in the design of the ANZAC Class Frigates and meeting the ongoing engineering needs of the RAN and RNZN Fleet. Our experience in functional design and design for production also makes AMT ideal in supporting our Defence and other Government customers in engineering support in Acquisition Programs.

AMT applies its depth of engineering knowledge at all Program stages, from the earliest intellectual input, through design and production engineering and into the design support of the in-service ships.

With a strong capability in regional surface ship programs, AMT is committed to building its established and respected design, engineering and support capabilities into the major Naval Acquisition programs. AMT has also been growing its engineering approach to serving other customers through other Government Agency maritime programs and extending its engineering expertise in support of Army Programs.

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AMT is growing and we are always seeking new staff.


RNZN ANZAC Platform System Upgrade (PSU)

The ANZAC Platform Systems Upgrade (PSU) midlife upgrade addressed issues of obsolescence, maintainability and capability…


RNZN Frigate System Upgrade

The FSU project is a significant mid-life upgrade of the New Zealand ANZAC frigates' combat…


Rick Hunt's Inspiring Career Journey

Rick Hunt found his calling at just 16 years old, when he joined the Navy.…


AMT Running Group at the Sunset Run

Some of our AMT Running Group enjoying the Sunset Run this week with around 3,000…