The Army has partnered with the Defence Innovation Hub to award three innovation contracts to Australian industry with a combined value of $2.2 million. Read more
Around 35 registered representatives from industry attended CASG’s Land 53 Phase 1BR Tranche 2 (Emerging Night Fighting Technology) briefing in Melbourne on June 19.
The ASPI space conference last week saw industry take the opportunity to announce their own research plans in the space realm.
ADM recently spoke with Terry Gold, managing director of start-up accelerator Techstars Adelaide, and Dotterel COO Shaun Edlin about how the start-up scene is trying to spread into the Defence space.
Lockheed Martin and Curtin University are applying technology previously used to observe meteorite fireballs to track satellites.
CSIRO has announced a new research centre focused on collecting and analysing data about Earth from space.
The German government has leased IAI’s Heron TP unmanned aerial system (UAS) pending budgetary approval in the latest chapter of the competition between General Atomics (GA) and Israeli Aerospace Industries (IAI).
Australian businesses and organisations will be given the opportunity to have their say about the workforce challenges and skills-related barriers affecting their contribution to the modernisation of ADF capabilities.
Defence is seeking input from Australian industry on the proposed tender timeline for LAND 400 Phase 3.
AIDN Victoria CEO Claire Willette has signed a MOU paving the way for Victorian SMEs to access the European market.
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.