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Elbit Systems has been chosen to deliver a Cyber Training range for the Department of Defence under a three year contract to boost Australia’s cyber security capability.
The Australian Space Agency and its French counterpart have entered into an agreement that will help both nations work together to develop their respective space programs.
A satellite jointly developed by UNSW Canberra Space and Defence Science and Technology (DST) has been operating on-orbit successfully for more than nine months.
ISO has just published the first-ever international technical specification for small spacecraft.
The first of the Australian Space Agency (ASA) engagement roadshows kicked off this week in Canberra.
The launch of Australia’s space agency last month comes as good news to many. The agency will allow government to implement its national space strategy and act as coordinating body for Australia’s burgeoning space economy.
The Australian Space Agency is seeking input from businesses and organisations interested in using space technologies or contributing to the sector.
A digital forensics lab and virtualised computing are among the features of the new headquarters for UNSW Canberra Cyber.
The recent launch of new Japanese satellites has boosted satellite positioning capabilities in Western Australia.
The Defence Innovation Hub has awarded contracts for the development of new situational awareness capabilities.
Since the new Australian Space Agency launched this week on July 1, the local space community has been coming out in force to support the renewed interest in all things space related for the nascent body.
Australia's new space agency opens on July 1 and debate about where it should be headquartered are distracting.
According to a recent report from Accenture, approximately 86 per cent of aerospace and defence companies expect to integrate blockchain into their corporate systems within three years.
With antecedents stretching back to the UK’s Chain Home radar system of WWII, Australia’s world-leading Jindalee Over-The-Horizon Radar Network (JORN) is embarking on a major upgrade to combat future threats, including those likely to be posed by hypersonic missiles.