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Defence unveils supercomputing capability

Defence has opened its advanced supercomputing capability at the DSTG site at the Edinburgh Defence Precinct in South Australia. Defence’s supercomputing capability will play a vital role in the design, development and analysis of sovereign weapon systems and national security systems and will be critical in supporting key AUKUS priorities including nuclear-powered submarines, quantum technologies…

ASC opens science and technology base at Lot Fourteen

Australia’s sovereign defence company ASC is opening a new science and technology hub in Adelaide’s city centre at Lot Fourteen, to form new research and business connections that can enhance Collins-class submarine sustainment and their Life of Type Extension (LOTE). ASC’s CEO, Stuart Whiley, said the Lot Fourteen hub will extend the existing research and…

Navigate program charts course to a stronger STEM workforce

To kick off National Science Week, Minister for Defence Personnel, the Hon Matt Keogh MP met some freshly minted Defence scientists who joined Defence through the NAVIGATE program, a pioneering Defence recruitment initiative that is working to strengthen and diversify the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workforce in Defence. Minister Keogh said Defence had…

Bushmaster goes green

Army has unveiled an ‘electric Bushmaster’ the electric Protected Military Vehicle (ePMV). The conversion was undertaken by NSW company 3ME technology who fitted a standard Bushmaster with a proprietary battery system and 375kW dual-drive motor in place of its existing diesel engine and transmission. The company also re-engineered the vehicle’s electrical and mechanical systems to…

EOS subsidiary SpaceLink signs Cooperative R&D Agreement with U.S. Army

SpaceLink, the Washington DC-based subsidiary of Australian company Electro Optic Systems Holdings, has signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the US Army Space and Missile Defense Command Technical Center (USASMDC-TC) at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. Under the agreement the organizations will work together to explore alternative space communications pathways that ensure resiliency and…

INNOVATIONAUS – Australia hits a ‘paradigm shift’ on research translation

Australia is at the start of a new paradigm in research translation, with a “structural change” needed in how academic success is measured, according to the nation’s Chief Scientist and Chief Defence Scientist. Chief Scientist Dr Cathy Foley and Chief Defence Scientist Professor Tanya Monro spoke on a panel at the launch of The Innovation Papers in Canberra…

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