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Williamtown positions itself for innovation in defence and aviation

Newcastle’s Williamtown Airport is positioning itself to play a key role in delivering and sustaining both Defence combat power and SMEs looking to establish a footprint within the Williamtown Special Activation Precinct. Stage 1 leasing opportunities include a commercialregional logistics. Williamtown is already host to the RAAF’s F-35A Lightning II fighters, Hawk 127 Lead-In Fighter…

DEADLINE ALERT: CSIRO launches cyber security program for SMEs

Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, is providing free research and development support to businesses working in the cyber security sector. CSIRO’s Innovate to Grow: Cyber Security program, commences 26 July and is available for 20-25 Small and Medium Enterprises (SME). Applications close 11 July:  Innovate to Grow: Cyber Security Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs)…

Konica Minolta to 3D print Fleet Space satellite antennas

Adelaide-based Fleet Space, Australia’s only commercial small satellite manufacturer, has partnered with Sydney 3D printer Konica Minolta to bring satellite and antenna manufacturing back onshore. The Konica Minolta printer will enable Fleet Space to manufacture small satellites at scale for Low Earth Orbit (LEO) to connect billions of devices. Fleet Space is leading the way…

Silentium Defence designs and tests surveillance technology for AIR6500

Adelaide-based passive surveillance specialist Silentium Defence is designing and testing a range of cutting-edge technologies that can be incorporated into Lockheed Martin Australia’s future Joint Air Battle Management solution for the Royal Australian Air Force’s Project AIR6500 Ph.1 (AIR6500-1). As part of the risk reduction strategy for AIR6500-1, Silentium Defence is actively exploring distributed passive…

NSW invests $832.7 million to turbocharge R&D

  The New South Wales government will deliver the single largest investment in scientific research, innovation and technological development in the state’s history, investing $832.7 million over four years under the 2022-23 NSW Budget. Beneficiaries will include the State’s burgeoning defence and space sectors. Minister for Science, Innovation and Technology, Alister Henskens, said the Budget would turbocharge…

WA’s Pawsey Centre installs first room-temperature on-site quantum computer

Australia’s leading research supercomputing facility, the Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre in Perth, WA, has installed the world’s first room-temperature diamond-based quantum computer on-site. Developed by German-Australian start-up Quantum Brilliance, the rack-mounted diamond quantum “accelerator” leverages synthetic diamonds to run at room temperature in any environment. This represents the first integration of quantum computing systems in…

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