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The Australian Space Agency has signed a Statement of Strategic Intent and Cooperation with Australian space start-up Myriota.
DARPA has started looking into building robots that can service satellites in geosynchronous orbit.
Australian cyber security company Penten has secured contracts worth $2.2 million to deliver cyber defences for Army.
The Jeff Bleich Centre will undertake research in areas of mutual concern to Australia and the US in response to cyber challenges.
Being completely device free is a rare thing in modern life. But when one wants to speak to LTGEN John Frewen, the Principal Deputy Director-General of Australian Signals Directorate (ASD), rules are rules.
Defence is looking for innovations that can advance Army’s network resilience, boost network defences or deceive adversaries.
NASA has chosen to launch rockets from Equatorial Launch Australia's spaceport in Nhulunbuy.
Airbus has signed a contract with Inmarsat to design, manufacture and build the first in their next generation of geostationary Ka-band satellites.
Gilmour Space Technologies has signed a strategic agreement with the University of Southern Queensland to collaborate on advanced rocket technology research, testing and STEM initiatives.
The Defence Estate and Infrastructure Group (E&IG) have handed over ownership of the new Space Surveillance Telescope Building to CASG.
Two SA companies have have agreed to work together in delivering the first fully Australian designed, developed, launched and operated Defence electronic warfare satellite system.
"That team of 12 took less than 48 hours to completely unpack the Blue Force. They had unit nomenclature, unit locations and in some cases unit intent."
Everyone agrees that government and industry collaboration is key for effective cybersecurity, but deciding exactly what this looks like, how it is to be achieved and when it will happen has taken a while.
When the Information Warfare Division was stood up almost two years ago, there was some confusion outside Russell about how they would fit into the cyber landscape.