Experts from the Defence Science and Technology Group help the ADF stay current with advances in technology.
The Land Engineering Agency recognised decades of designing, developing and testing Army equipment when it celebrated its 80th birthday.
More than 250 people competed at this year's ADF annual Joint Cyber Skills Challenge.
Air Force has launched a new cyber warfare workforce to protect networks, data and information systems.
Plan Jericho has introduced an artificial intelligence prototype to transform airborne search and rescue.
Precision-guided airdrop will soon deliver a quicker and more accurate means of sustaining troops over long distances.
Defence is aiming to make one of the fastest supercomputers in the world.
Bouncing radio waves thousands of kilometres across the sky is a normal day for Giuseppe (Joe) Fabrizio, a Defence scientist based in Adelaide.
Real-time battle analysis was delivered by the military’s civilian partners during Exercise Talisman Sabre.
As part of Jericho Dawn Program, the installation of eye and head tracking sensor technologies was successfully demonstrated.
For the first time, Australia’s defence industry has been incorporated into IPE port visits.
A ‘breakthrough’ technology developed by RMIT and CSIRO for Defence sounds like something from a science fiction story.