An artificial intelligence (Ai) project run by Defence personnel in search-and-rescue (SAR) trials has the potential to save lives.
Chefs at HMAS Kuttabul in Sydney have a new weapon at their disposal to aid in the fleet’s war on waste.
A competition between military and banking personnel produced collaborative results in a cyber-security challenge.
Defence has reaffirmed its commitment to gender equity by taking part in an inaugural gender equity conference.
An Army regiment used an unmanned aerial system to survey blazing scrub in the Orroral Valley near Canberra on February 6.
Defence scientists have contributed to the response to the bushfire crisis by using a research aircraft to conduct surveillance operations.
Air Warfare Centre expertise is providing crucial information for emergency services as they seek new ways to reduce danger this summer.
Flight trials have begun for a Royal Australian Air Force C-130J Hercules transport aircraft equipped with a Northrop Grumman Litening sensor pod
A "Virtual Tower" is providing a glimpse of the future in air traffic control.
Australian Army drone racers have placed third and fourth in the world at the inaugural X-Class World Invitational Championships.
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.