• Northrop Grumman has handed over the first two Triton platforms to the USN. 
Ainonline
    Northrop Grumman has handed over the first two Triton platforms to the USN. Ainonline
  • Australia's space economy is the fastest growing in the world. Imgur
    Australia's space economy is the fastest growing in the world. Imgur
  • The Australian Army is the largest user of nano-UAS in the world. Defence
    The Australian Army is the largest user of nano-UAS in the world. Defence
  • HMAS Canberra in the Eastern Australian Exercise Area during Exercise Ocean Explorer 2018. Defence
    HMAS Canberra in the Eastern Australian Exercise Area during Exercise Ocean Explorer 2018. Defence
  • The covers reduce corrosion by absorbing moisture. Australian Pump
    The covers reduce corrosion by absorbing moisture. Australian Pump
  • The company will be joining a number of primes on the Williamtown site. Williamtown Aerospace
    The company will be joining a number of primes on the Williamtown site. Williamtown Aerospace
  • The 32-gram UAS enables soldiers to plug into battlefield networks. FLIR
    The 32-gram UAS enables soldiers to plug into battlefield networks. FLIR
  • The Zephyr pseudo-satellite will undergo testing in WA. Airbus
    The Zephyr pseudo-satellite will undergo testing in WA. Airbus
  • Wyndham will be the world’s first operational base for Zephyr. Airbus
    Wyndham will be the world’s first operational base for Zephyr. Airbus
  • Australia plans to acquire up to seven Triton unmanned aircraft systems for maritime patrol and other surveillance roles. 
Northrop Grumman
    Australia plans to acquire up to seven Triton unmanned aircraft systems for maritime patrol and other surveillance roles. Northrop Grumman
  • Minister Christopher Pyne, SA Premier Steven Marshall, UniSA Vice Chancellor David Lloyd, Siemens Australia chairman and CEO Jeff Connolly and Tanya Monro, UniSA’s Deputy Vice Chancellor of Research and Innovation. Credit: Siemens
    Minister Christopher Pyne, SA Premier Steven Marshall, UniSA Vice Chancellor David Lloyd, Siemens Australia chairman and CEO Jeff Connolly and Tanya Monro, UniSA’s Deputy Vice Chancellor of Research and Innovation. Credit: Siemens
  • Minister Pyne announcing the grant in Adelaide. Chris Pyne via Twitter
    Minister Pyne announcing the grant in Adelaide. Chris Pyne via Twitter
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