XTEK Limited (XTEK), listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX:XTE), is Australia's homeland security specialist, providing high-quality products and solutions to defence, law enforcement agencies and other government departments, to protect and sustain their people, national interests and our way of life.
XTEK’s proprietary technologies
XTclave™ is a composite materials curing and consolidation technology, that uses ultra-high isostatic pressure at elevated temperatures to cure and/or consolidate thermoset and thermoplastic composite materials.
The XTclave™ technology is ideally suited to the manufacture of high-quality, void-free, precision ballistic and structural composite solutions including armour, lightweight tactical and human load carriage equipment, robotic mechanical systems and unmanned craft.
These products include high quality and lightweight ballistic armour and other advanced composites that utilise the unique advantages of the XTclave™ technology.
XTEK’s XTatlas™ application provides real time situational awareness by connecting sensor data to the geospatial domain. XTatlas ingests and visualises full motion video (FMV) from manned and unmanned ground and aerial platforms. Geo-referenced mosaic maps, terrain elevation and 3D models can be produced from compliant video sources. Tools are provided to assist with operational planning and the dissemination of data. All data produced within XTatlas can be exported and is compatible with other geospatial software. This technology provides a valuable capability beyond defence and law enforcement and has applications including but not limited to search and rescue, firefighting and disaster response.
Last updated 26th October 2020
Mr Uwe Boettcher
Non Executive Director/Chairman of the Board
Mr. Boettcher is the Principal of the law firm, Boettcher Law, starting his career at the firm now known as King & Wood Mallesons. He is a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Notaries. In 2011 he was appointed as a Foundation Fellow of the Australian Association of Angel Investors. In 2005 he was appointed a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Banking and Finance. In 1996/97 he was the Treasurer of the ACT Law Society. Mr. Boettcher has a special interest in commercialising new and innovative technologies, investing in them and bringing them to market.
Mr Philippe Odouard
Mr. Odouard has over 26 years in general management of Defence related companies in Australia and overseas. He developed Quickstep, an innovative ASX listed company from a start up to a leader in composite manufacture and technology with $50m revenue. He specialises in developing and commercialising new technology in a Defence environment.
Mr Robert Quodling
Mr. Quodling has extensive experience as a leader and motivator of high performance commerce teams in the defence and aerospace sectors at the operational and executive level. His skills have been gained in a diverse range of activities including corporate governance, corporate planning, financial planning, project management, marketing, sales and business development. Mr. Quodling as a former Army Officer held a range of command and operational appointments in the Australian Army between 1975 and 1994. He was awarded a Conspicuous Service Medal (CSM) for conspicuous service with the Special Air Service Regiment.
Mr Ivan Slavich
Mr. Slavich has over 30 years of senior management and executive experience in the energy, banking, telecommunications and business consulting arena. He has a proven track record over numerous years of being an exceptional leader and motivator in developing and implementing strategic innovations, business process re-engineering and integration, resulting in substantial improvement of business sales and profitability. He is the CEO of Soldier On and has held an officers rank in the Australian Army Reserve. He is a Graduate and Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Mr Chris Fullerton
Mr. Fullerton has extensive experience in investment, management and investment banking and is a qualified chartered accountant. He worked in Hong Kong and Singapore for 15 years before returning to Australia in 1992. He is an investor in listed equities and private equity and has been a non-executive director of a number of ASX listed companies. He is currently a non-executive director of ASX listed Paradigm Biopharmaceuticals Limited and his unlisted company directorships cover companies in the property investment and agriculture sectors.
Mr Lawrence Gardiner
Mr. Gardiner served with the Australian Army and specialised in the fields of logistic management and explosive ordnance disposal operations. In addition to his military service, Mr. Gardiner also served with the Australian Federal Police (AFP), performing senior executive roles in the areas of counter terrorist first response and protective security operations. Mr. Gardiner is a current member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Last updated 26th October 2020