Final trials of listening devices that monitor the health of wind turbines and use satellite communication to transmit data will take place in the coming months ahead of a commercial launch mid year.
On March 2, SpaceX plans to launch its first test of an unmanned Dragon vehicle which is designed to carry humans into low Earth orbit and to the International Space Station. If the test is successful, later this year, SpaceX plans to launch American astronauts from United States soil for the first time since 2011.
Australia and Indonesia have signed the much-delayed Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA), opening up new trade opportunities for the two nations. Trade minister, Simon Birmingham, signed the agreement with his Indonesian counterpart, H.E Enggartiasto Lukita, in Jakarta, Indonesia, yesterday. The agreement has implications for all sectors as 99 per cent of Australian goods by…
Kennards Hire has been named as one of the first launch customers for Adelaide nanosatellite maker, Fleet Space Technology and its industrial internet of things (IoT) satellite services. The national building and handyman hire firm will track the location of its wide range of equipment utilising Fleet’s global array of Centaurti satellites. As reported in…
The Australasian Supply Chain Institute (ASCI) has appointed Ivan Imparato as Chief Executive Officer (CEO), a move the organisation says is in service of its strategy to bring professionalisation to the supply chain domain.
Dubbo’s Native Secrets has caught a whiff of interest in their essential oils and skincare products lately. Co-founder Phil Thompson reckons they are about to break through as a supplier to a multinational hospitality company.
Recent successes by Canberra’s Electro Optic Systems (ASX: EOS) in selling lethal weapons overseas have raised an issue long avoided by the defence sector – is it right to sell arms to despots? Analysis by Peter Roberts
Sydney’s Gelion Technologies has launched commercially a new type of zinc bromine battery onto the electrical storage market, the Gelion Endure. Gelion’s chief executive, Rob Fitzpatrick said that storage was key to the widespread adoption of renewable power. “The global battery market is valued at $60 billion to $70 billion and yet, if we were…
Exports to Asian brewers and domestic sales to the booming craft beer industry are helping Coopers new malting plant in South Australia exceed expectations and reach 90 per cent capacity in just its second year.
This newly created exciting opportunity will provide the right candidate with a pivotal role working with a globally recognised leader in the aeronautical industry. The position sits within the Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM), recognised as one of Australia’s leading materials research organisations with over 300 Researchers undertaking research in materials science in the areas of energy, health, environment and manufacturing.