Cyber + Space

Unisys Corporation announced on Wednesday that the Artificial Intelligence for Decision Making Initiative has awarded Unisys research funding to investigate the use of AI and Machine Leaning to detect deceitful and persuasive writing.

SA Premier Steven Marshall has launched the $6.5 million SASAT1 Space Services Mission to deliver space services to SA.

Gilmour Space Technologies has ushered in the New Year with a successful hotfire of the world’s largest single-port hybrid rocket engine.

Defence has renewed its annual software subscription license for the NC Protect product through archTIS’ newly acquired subsidiary Nucleus Cyber.

SmartSat CRC is formally launching the Aurora Space Startup Cluster.

Last week ADM held our second Space Summit to connect leading industry figures with government policymakers and set the scene for the year ahead.

The US and Australia have launched their first agreement to continuously develop a virtual cyber training range.

Cyber business archTIS announced last month that it acquired global information protection business, Nucleus Cyber (NC).

GoProto has now become the largest digital manufacturer in the Australian market.

Momentus, a commercial space company offering in-space infrastructure services, and Gilmour Space Technologies have announced a new agreement for launch and orbital transport services.

Gilmour Space Technologies has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Northrop Grumman to work on developing sovereign space capabilities in Australia.

Boeing is collaborating with Sydney-based Saber Astronautics to deliver a proof of concept for a sophisticated diagnostic technology to support its satellite programs.

The course exposes students to defence and national security issue areas and helps to build a national security innovation pipeline.

Defence is seeking submissions to a number of quantum challenges on the horizon.

Australian cyber technology company Penten has established a specialist business unit dedicated to securing sovereign communication technologies for defence and emergency services.

Boeing Defence Australia has signed an agreement with Sydney technology company Clearbox Systems to assist in the development of a solution for the ADF’s next-generation satcom system under JP9102.