Canberra based micro–SME Outlander Solutions is partnering with Thales Australia and University of NSW in Canberra as part of the Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) Round 11 Program. The CRC program supports industry led collaborations between industry and research organisations with matched government funding.
This CRC proposal is aimed at developing and demonstrating innovative technology solutions that will protect Industry and Government’s critical infrastructure and communications networks.
“We are very proud and excited to be leading the CRC proposal and partnering with Thales Australia and the University of NSW,” Bevan Jones, Outlander Solutions’ Managing Director said. “The Canberra-based CRC team brings together significant technical depth and highly relevant subject matter expertise, and also builds on Australian sovereign industry capability.
“Outlander Solutions has developed a range of innovative technology and the CRC proposal
provides us with an opportunity to work with leading Australian Industry and University sector partners. Our objective is to develop and demonstrate innovative and exciting technology solutions that will protect critical infrastructure from ongoing threats and cyber-attack, whilst also ensuring network resilience and performance optimisation. This is a very exciting prospect given our need for real-time critical services.”
Outlander Solutions is 100 per cent Australian owned and operated company that designs, develops and builds advanced communications and intelligence technology solutions. Outlander Solutions also provides strategic advisory and management consulting services to Defence and Government as well as being part of the C4 Edge collaboration with Army Headquarters.