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Philip Sammons

Requirements Engineer

As a requirements engineer, Philip is committed to supporting the Government confidently implement emerging and disruptive technology. Providing engaging Subject Matter Expertise within tailored teams that are trusted by our clients and admired for how we achieve outcomes.

About Phil

Philip is a highly motivated requirements Engineer with over 10 years’ experience in the Simulation, Engineering, and ICT domains. He has a strong computer and networking background with a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic) and Master of Engineering from the University of New South Wales, Sydney. Philip has managed small, large, and diverse systems and has extensive experience in the building security and process engineering domain.

An exceptional critical thinker, Philip has spent recent years supporting the Australian Defence Force’s training domain through his involvement in large projects such as Joint Project 9711-1 Core Simulation Capability and most recently, the Australian Army’s next generation Land Synthetic Training Environment - Land Simulation Core 2.0 (LS Core 2.0).

As a Simulation Requirements Engineer within LS Core 2.0, Philip gained a deep understanding of the Land Training Domain and the connection between Army’s Training System and its synthetic needs. Philip’s extensive experience in defence and government contracts, customer engagement and management has provided him with an excellent all round Engineering experience. He now specialises in networking, security, and high-level integration as a technical specialist within Meikai’s Simulation and C4I domain.

What is his Project of Passion?

His current Project of Passion is in robotics and autonomous systems. His technical SME and background in the application of Autonomous Vehicles for Search and Rescue operations assisted discussions on key issues and challenges associated with Swarming Behaviours and Teaming. Phil will be continuing this exciting work through Meikai’s support to International Weapons Review as they tackle the important challenges associated with International Humanitarian Law and Legal Compliance in this field.

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