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In 2017 China achieved what no other country has been able to then or since in quantum communications.

The 2019 ADM Defence Estate and Base Services Summit (DEBSS) held this week in Canberra was the biggest in the series to date.

Now that the landing craft aboard HMAS Canberra and HMAS Adelaide are fit for purpose, they could serve as a viable contender to meet Army’s future water transport requirements.

As robots become valuable members of the team, there’s a tendency to treat them like colleagues.

Up to 150 Air Force personnel will participate in the first bilateral air combat exercise between the RAAF and Japan’s Air Self-Defence Force.

The Australians have made their presence felt at DSEI, the world's largest defence suppliers expo.

At DSEi 2019 Supacat is unveiling its Technology Demonstrator for hybrid and optionally manned operations and the ‘High Mobility Integrated Fires Capability’.

Defence will partner with Viva Energy Australia to manage the HMAS Cairns fuel facility.

The government has awarded $1.85 million in grants to small businesses as Australia's largest-ever defence trade delegation prepares for a major tradeshow in London.

HMAS Anzac’s new mast has been installed as part of the ship’s Mid Life Capability Assurance Program (AMCAP).

Edith Cowan University has launched the Institute for Securing Digital Futures.

EM Solutions has been awarded two contracts from the Innovation Hub to develop next-generation satellite ground terminal capability.

XTEK has seen solid revenue and profits growth in the last year on the back of the Wasp SUAS contract and a drive to increase their presence in the US and in outer space.

New reforms will enshrine stronger safeguards in legislation to enable the modernisation of the government’s public data capability.

Under Land 2097 Phase 4, the Commonwealth is looking to acquire up to 16 helicopters for use by Special Forces with a mix of contenders already positioning for the program.