Who We Are
CEA Technologies designs, develops and manufactures advanced active phased array radars, called CEAFAR. The company is headquartered in Canberra, Australia and its US subsidiary, CEA Technologies Inc, is headquartered in Hanover, MD, USA. Programs include the ANZAC and Hunter class frigates; air defence applications for Army and Air Force and Range applications.
CEA is an Australian company that designs, develops, manufactures and sustains advanced active phase array radar systems. The company’s design principles and commitment to investment in research and development ensures innovative thinking, technological skill, and quality fabrication.
Through our longstanding and ongoing collaboration with Defence, CEA Technologies has undertaken research and development into all aspects of active electronically scanned array technologies. This has resulted in the creation of a highly‑modular and scalable product suite, which have become integral to a wide range of critical Defence capabilities.
CEA is headquartered in Canberra with five additional facilities across Australia and wholly-owned international subsidiary, CEA Technologies Inc (CEATI) based in Maryland, USA. Our design and manufacturing facilities are located in Canberra, Adelaide and Melbourne with support facilities located in Perth, Newcastle and Brisbane.
Our whole of life system abilities include advanced manufacturing and antenna test facilities. These include specialised CAD/CAM systems, automated form-in-place 3D printing and one of the largest anechoic chambers in Australia.
The modular, scalable and flexible design of our systems allows us to integrate and test very large radar system mobilised by ruggedized trailers, chiller units, power management, slip rings and expansive active array faces with the unique ability to operate in extreme conditions.
Acknowledgment of Country
CEA Technologies recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Peoples of this nation. We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians on the lands and waters of which we live and work. CEA employees pay their respects to Elders past, present and emerging for they hold the memories, traditions and culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across the nation.
CEA is proud to employ Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and we value the knowledge, skills and diversity they bring to our workforce. Through our Reconciliation Action Plan we pledge our commitment to reconciliation and the creation of a work environment that supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees to develop their talents and realise their full potential.
We also provide educational programs for home grown and non-Indigenous employees to enhance their cultural competency and knowledge.