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...
A new-look Autonomous Warrior series is tapping into Australian industry to discover new and disruptive technologies that could transform Navy...
Defence scientist, Dr Brodie McDonald has been awarded the 2021 Land Forces Young Innovator award.
Defence's ground-breaking biometrics research is being used to combat serious crimes against children.
Defence technicians who ensure military equipment is safe have been recognised at the 2021 Comcare National Work Health and Safety Awards.
A new augmented reality platform has the potential to take some Navy training out of the classroom.
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.