Cyber + Space

Airbus announced that it is supporting the SmartSat Cooperative Research Centre.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has officially opened the Australian Space Agency’s new home in Adelaide.

Penten has embarked on a project to provide SMEs with means to bid for, win and work on government classified projects in a secure and protected environment from any location.

The government has made a long-awaited decision and announced the introduction of partial cost recovery arrangements for space launches in Australia.

Rocket Lab will launch a dedicated mission for the US National Reconnaissance Office (NRO).

As part of the ADF’s push into advanced technology development via DST Group, the Internet of Defence Things has been seen to present significant opportunities.

The speed at which technology is developing has introduced the next phase of cyber warfare.

Pennant has acquired ADG, whose customers include Boeing Defence Australia and 'various Defence departments'.

CSIRO’s iconic Parkes radio telescope – fondly known as ‘The Dish’ – will get a new receiver that will significantly increase the amount of sky it can see.

Infostellar customers will now be able to access to their satellite constellations from the Australian Ground Network – West (AGN-W) site near Mingenew.

Australia and NZ are positioned to gain the benefits of major advances in Europe’s satellite navigation SBAS system.

Construction of a next-generation High Performance Computing Centre (HPCC) in Adelaide will kick off this month.

Defence needs to address the connectivity across its component parts set against a broad organisational context.

The government has announced a series of Defence Innovation Hub contracts.

The Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre (CSCRC) has announced a major research project between local cyber security company Penten and CSIRO’s Data61.

The Galaxy S9 and S9+ range of mobile devices have been granted protected-level certification by the Australian Signals Directorate.