An advanced high-temperature material developed by Australian Defence scientists could be destined for space thanks to an ongoing partnership between...
What does an “AI-ready” organisation look like, and what does Air Force need to do to realise the benefits?
Australian researchers are exploring how artificial intelligence can be used to improve military decision-making.
Researchers are demonstrating that 3D printing of lightweight titanium could become a viable option for military vehicle armour.
Defence Science and Technology Group and RFTEQ are developing next-generation jammer technologies.
Defence scientists and their collaborators have won the Eureka Prize for Outstanding Science in Safeguarding Australia.
Able Seaman Nathan Mayfield has developed a more reliable method of delivering radio communications.
Defence Science and Technology Group scientists have developed a computer device to enhance security and productivity.
Defence scientists are exploring how individual walking styles may help in personal identification.
The current participants in a program linking innovators with Defence have showcased their projects.
Intelligence analysts at No. 83 Squadron are working with scientists to develop artificial intelligence technology.
A collaboration between Air Force’s Air Warfare Centre and Defence Science and Technology Group has culminated in the creation of a drone detection...