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UAVAIR is the company behind the scenes training the largest and most experienced operator of drones in the country - the Army.
This Sydney start-up is now exporting across 70 countries after listing on the ASX in 2016.
Sydney-based SME Ocius Technologies' Bluebottle unmanned surface vessels (USVs) have completed sea trial requirements three months ahead of schedule.
Ocius Technologies' unmanned surface vessels (USVs) have successfully demonstrated their ability to work as an autonomous team.
Elbit Systems’ Hermes 45 drone, a possible contender for Land 129, will be making its first appearance at the Paris Airshow.
An armed unmanned ground vehicle was deployed by Milrem Robotics and FN Herstal in Estonia during the country ́s biggest annual military exercise.
An aircraft has been manoeuvred in flight using supersonically blown air for the first time in aviation history.
Australian advanced manufacturing company Titomic has delivered the world’s largest titanium UAV, measuring over 1.8 metres in diameter.
Six Indigenous students have graduated from a landmark UAS pilots training course in Darwin.
The heavy fuel engines powering the RAN’s two Schiebel S-100 Camcopter unmanned aerial systems have failed to meet Navy’s requirement.
There were plenty of big names at Avalon – F-35s, Hornets, and a B-52 – that wowed onlookers with thunderous acrobatic displays, in-flight refuelling demonstrations, and more.
The second vessel in Ocius Technologies' range of Bluebottle unmanned surface vessels (USVs) has undertaken initial sea trials.
The government has confirmed that it will purchase the next MQ-4C Triton.
The vehicle is the first untethered Australian AUV to dive under an ice shelf and is one of the only AUVs in the world with this capability.