Cyber + Space

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.

The second program in the government’s $150 million Moon to Mars initiative is now open.

Thales Australia and Optus Satellite have successfully received a new SBAS signal in Western Australia.

UNSW Canberra Cyber and Telstra have co-developed two cyber security micro-credentials to help build the capabilities needed to combat the increasing risk of cybercrime.

Airbus has formed 'Team Maier' as it launches its solution to Joint Project (JP) 9102 to provide a complete Defence Satellite Communications System.

A successful Defence and industry partnership has improved the ability for analysts to search for and assimilate Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) data.

The Australian Space Discovery Centre is one step closer to launch as construction of the facility and Mission Control Centre has officially started.

The sixth Lockheed Martin-built Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF-6) protected communications satellite successfully completed its On-Orbit Test period on August 27.

SYPAQ Systems has announced an exclusive agreement with Keystone Cyber Security to expand the cyber security capabilities of both organisations.

Australia’s first commercial space capable rocket has reached the edge of space.

archTIS Limited has entered into a substantial contract with Joint Capabilities Group within Defence.

SYPAQ has been confirmed as the exclusive Australia-NZ (ANZ) agent for Kleos Space, in an announcement made to the Australian Stock Exchange.

Space Machines Company has contracted Gilmour Space to launch a 35 kilogram spacecraft to orbit, the largest payload announced to date by an Australian space company.

Terra Schwartz’s Cyber Team has been awarded a Sovereign Industrial Capability Grant from the Department of Defence.

Defence small businesses will be recruited to join the fight against cyber threats under a new industry support program being launched.

DEWC’s payload, called the DEWC-SP1, will pave the way for future developments towards a sovereign Australian space-based electronic warfare capability.