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Australia’s first Robotics Roadmap is set to assist the ADF by guiding and supporting the development of critical robotic technology.
Defence is inviting Australian SMEs to submit proposals for new technologies to protect UAS by making them harder to detect.
The RAAF has accepted a new C-130J Fuselage Trainer (FuT) into service.
Italian company Sitael has launched a new branch in Adelaide, becoming the first company in Australia with the capability to design and manufacture satellites with a payload of up to 300kg.
ASPI has hosted an audience of entrepreneurs, scientists, academics, military leaders, and journalists (including ADM) at the Building Australia's Strategy for Space conference in Canberra.
After receiving over 100 entries across the six categories, ADM is pleased to announce the finalists for the inaugural Women in Defence Awards for 2018.
From humble roots a decade ago, DMTC is working far beyond its original remit. ADM Managing Editor Katherine Ziesing spoke with DMTC CEO Mark Hodge about their role in Defence’s growing innovation community.
Once again Budget papers provide more information about the state of the union than almost any other document released by the Department or government.
The commencement of Aviation Australia’s first Western Australian aircraft maintenance training course has begun at the new Jandakot facility.
The State Space Agency of Ukraine has highlighted the Curtin air base in the Kimberley, near the town of Derby, as a potential site for a launch facility.