- Anthony Albanese
- Australian Defence
- Australian manufacturing SMEs
- BAE Systems Maritime Australia
- composites manufacturing
- DECO Australia
- Delta Velos
- electronic components
- Empowering Innovation Together
- Federal opposition leader
- Hunter Class Frigate program
- Hypersonix Launch Systems
- JP9102 team
- Lockheed Martin Australia
- Microchip Technology
- MILSATCOM system
- Mouser Electronics
- next-generation military satellite communications
- Osborne Naval Shipyard
- processes and products
- radio frequency (RF)
- reusable hypersonic UAV
- Royal Australian Navy
- Shoal Group
- Sovereign Industrial Capability
- space industry
- University of Southern Queensland (USQ)
- unmanned aerial vehicle
- USQ Centre for Future Materials
- wireless technology
Hunter Class Frigate Program rolls out first steel unit
More than 28 tonnes of Australian steel have been rolled off the production line at Osborne Naval Shipyard in Adelaide with the completion of structural manufacture of the first steel prototype unit for the Hunter Class Frigate Program, the largest surface shipbuilding project in the nation’s defence history.
Shoal Group and Lockheed Martin to deliver military satcom system
Lockheed Martin Australia has announced that Shoal Group, a model-based systems engineering company, will be part of its JP9102 team with the aim to deliver a next-generation military satellite communications (MILSATCOM) system.
Mouser Electronics surveys RF and wireless applications in latest Empowering Innovation Together episode
Mouser Electronics has released the sixth instalment of the 2021 award-winning Empowering Innovation Together program, investigating emerging trends and applications that use radio frequency (RF) and wireless technologies and offering engaging content. This includes a blog and infographic, as well as a new episode of The Tech Between Us podcast hosted by Mouser’s Director of Technical Content, Raymond Yin.
Federal opposition leader visits DECO manufacturing facility
Federal opposition leader Anthony Albanese visited Australian manufacturer, DECO Australia, on 7 October to learn more about the company’s innovative manufacturing processes and products and discuss issues facing Australian manufacturing SMEs.
Aerospace company to build reusable hypersonic satellite with USQ
Aerospace company, Hypersonix Launch Systems, has entered an agreement with the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) to create a reusable hypersonic UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle), Delta Velos.