A sensor that has shown potential to measure the speed and predict the trajectory of incredibly fast-moving objects has been developed.
The quality of life of the crew of HMAS Ballarat has improved with a Wi-Fi system that makes it easier to stay connected to home while at sea.
Cutting-edge technologies were on display at the Army Robotics Expo during the Chief of Army Symposium.
Army has rolled out a telematics system that tracks vehicle speeds and driver hours to many of its vehicles.
Defence Science and Technology Group are conducting research into tactical autonomous systems.
A new virtual reality training platform is allowing crews of protected mobility vehicles to experience life-like combat scenarios.
A unique eye and gaze tracking system being used in simulators can track a trainee pilot's eye movements.
HMAS Cerberus' Robotics Club has developed a land-based prototype drone that can provide live video footage to warships during maritime incidents.
Defence is creating sensors that can detect a target with a single photon of light, while your mobile phone camera relies on millions of photons.
Dr Sylvie Perreau is this year's winner of the 2020 Minister's Award for Achievement in Defence Science.
A world-first system for locating unexploded ordnance detected an impact point to within 25 metres.
A Joint Task Force 633 team in the Middle East placed third in the region and sixth overall in this year’s Cyber Warrior Challenge.