- 3d printing
- 3D static volumetric display technology
- 110-kilonewton test fire
- Australian Made
- Delta Velos
- Digi-Key Electronics
- Gilmour Space Technologies
- global network
- Hypersonix Launch Systems
- Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS)
- Intelsat 41 and Intelsat 44
- most powerful rocket engine
- Quote API
- real-time data
- Space Inspire
- space manufacturing
- spaceplane parts
- Sydney Manufacturing Hub
- Thales Alenia Space
- The Coretec Group
- University of Adelaide
- University of Sydney
Zero emissions spaceplane parts to be manufactured by Hypersonix
Hypersonix Launch Systems, an Australian engineering, design and build company, is investigating the manufacture of flight-critical components for their green hydrogen-powered launch vehicles at the University of Sydney.
Thales Alenia Space to build Intelsat software-defined satellites
Thales Alenia Space, a joint venture between Thales and Leonardo, has signed a contract with Intelsat, a global satellite telecom network operator, to deliver two Space Inspire software-defined satellites – Intelsat 41 and Intelsat 44.
Gilmour Space fires up Australia’s largest rocket engine test
Rocket engineers at Gilmour Space Technologies have greeted the new year with a successful 110-kilonewton test fire of the most powerful rocket engine ever developed in Australia.
Coretec and IPAS partnership focuses on new glass technology
The University of Adelaide’s Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) has partnered with The Coretec Group, pioneer of silicon-based products, to develop a glass for CSpace, a 3D static volumetric display technology.
Digi-Key partners with CalcuQuote on its Quote API for customers
Digi-Key Electronics, which offers the world’s largest selection of electronic components in stock for immediate shipment, has partnered with CalcuQuote to integrate its technology with Digi-Key’s Quote API to create an easy entry point for customers to connect with leading APIs, with less development interest.