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The IDLSoc is a non-profit, independent society for individuals and organisations involved in research, development, implementation and use of Tactical Data Links (TDL), both civil and military. Founded in 2003, the IDLSoc currently has over 600 individual members from more than 30 countries and is supported by 30 plus corporate members worldwide.
The AUS/NZ Chapter was established in 2005 to promote IDLSoc goals on behalf of over fifty local members. Chapter achievements include hosting IDLS in 2005 and 2008, as well as the conduct of Training Days and the annual TDL Summit.
Australian/New Zealand (AUS/NZ) Chapter
International Data Link Society (IDLSoc)
Individuals can apply for membership via the IDLSoc website at www.idlsoc.com whilst Corporate applications require submission of an application form to the IDLSoc Secretariat at secretariat@idlsoc.com.
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For further information concerning AUS/NZ Chapter activities or opportunities to support the Chapter please use the enquiry form located here.
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                                       2019 TDL Summit                                   

The 2019 TDL Summit is planned to be held at the National Convention Centre Canberra (NCCC) on the 11th of November 2019.

Details will be updated as planning progresses!

                                       2018 TDL Summit

We had a great response from the Defence and Industry Community from the 2018 TDL Summit and indications are that it was enjoyed by all who attended. Presentations are currently available from the 2018 TDL Summit Webpage.

                                  Next Training Day
                            Time to Register!

The next Training Session topic will be Tactical Targeting Networking Technology (TTNT). It will be held on 6 May 2019 at the Majura Theatre, Majura Park, Canberra.

Registration is now open via this link to the Portal on our Training page.

Feedback received from previous events indicated that the majority of delegates enjoyed and took something home with them.