Quickstep has received a follow-on order for 20 Volanti aircraft, valued at approximately $430,000. This order supplements the $1.35 million order for 40 units from drone company Carbonix.

The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) will stop flying the S-100 Camcopter on 30 June, when Defence’s contract with Schiebel Pacific expires, ending six years of service for the type | Ben Felton

With funding from the Australian Research Council, a team from Curtin’s School of Earth and Planetary Sciences has developed a breakthrough in operating and monitoring small satellites.

Richard Marles has said that trust in China’s intent is the single most important ingredient to the maintenance of the global rules-based international order and that would be at the heart of building a stable and prosperous Indo-Pacific | Micah Young

Australia has donated a new landing craft, RVS Sokomanu, to the Vanuatu Police Maritime Wing through the Defence Cooperation Program | Ben Felton

Hanwha Defence Australia embraces Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE Platform

Hanwha Defence Australia has expanded its partnership with Dassault Systèmes through the adoption of the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform to support HDA's Australian Department of Defence contracts.

Singapore concludes C-130H deployment to RAAF Richmond

The Republic of Singapore Air Force has wrapped up its C-130H training deployment in Australia for this year.

Lockheed Martin and Rheinmetall deepen international collaboration

The two companies aim to collaborate in areas including land, air and naval forces as well as in simulation and maintenance.

David Johnson appointed to new role with Black Sky Aerospace

Black Sky Aerospace has appointed David Johnson (DJ), CD, as the General Manager Enterprise Development. David’s expertise will be instrumental in advancing Black Sky Aerospace’s mission to deliver real sovereign capability on a global scale.

HMAS Sydney fitted with Naval Strike Missile

HMAS Sydney has been fitted with the Naval Strike Missile in a boost to the lethality of the Navy’s surface fleet. The Chief of the Royal Australian Navy has also confirmed that the Tomahawk missile will enter Australian service this year | Ben Felton

QinetiQ highlights value of T&E for Defence

The CEO of QinetiQ sees a need for "significant investment" in test and evaluation infrastructure to support next-generation capabilities | Max Blenkin

New grants available for South Australian defence industry

The Defence Innovation Partnership will soon be accepting applications from South Australian industry and researchers under the latest round of its Activator Fund, with a total of $2.4m available.

Why does AI matter?

It’s a well-worn cliché that technology moves quickly. Drones, hypersonics, blockchain, AI – all have arisen in the last decade or so. But one of those things may not be like the others | Ewen Levick

Exail demonstrates new DriX O-16 USV

Exail’s new transoceanic Uncrewed Surface Vessel, DriX O-16, has been launched and tested at sea.

Space Command using KBR's Iron Stallion

KBR’s Iron Stallion technology can find, watch, track and report on the movement of objects in space and now forms an integral component of the Australian Government’s space domain awareness.