Hydrogen hopeful Hysata opens new factory, awarded over $23 million in project funding

University of Wollongong spinout business Hysata officially opened its new 8,000 square metre global headquarters and factory in Port Kembla and was awarded over $23 million in government support on Monday as it progresses its high-efficiency electrolyser towards commercialisation. The company, which closed a $42.5 million Series A round in August last year, said it…

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Asension’s Wombat exported to the United Kingdom

Adelaide defence manufacturer Asension has announced its first-ever export – a Wombat Smart Sensor Suite electronic warfare (EW) system. The Wombat Smart Sensor Suite exported to the United Kingdom is a 19-inch rack version of the company’s sovereign, software-definable, intelligent transceiver. According to the company Wombat is a software-definable intelligent transceiver to support user-configurable RF…

Inovor joins Lockheed Martin mentor programme

Adelaide-based space and defence technology manufacturer Inovor Technologies has been selected as the next participant in the Lockheed Martin Mentor Protégé Program (MPP), becoming the third Australian small-to-medium enterprise (SME) to do so. The programme willdevelop core SME capabilities, allowing the business to achieve a strategic uplift for their Australian customers and opening the door…