Micro-X forms alliance with Thales Group

By Angela Skujins South Australian company Micro-X has signed a contract with Thales Group to develop its mobile X-ray products for security purposes. Under a new contract with the global company, Adelaide-based Micro-X will develop multiple image processing systems for defence and security purposes. Micro-X manufactures carbon nanotube X-ray systems that are portable and adaptable…

Myriota demonstrates IoT for the battlefield

Internet of things (IoT) nanosatellite company, Myriota has demonstrated its low cost connectivity at an international military science event. The Adelaide company took part in the Contested Urban Environment 2018 (CUE18) challenge in Montreal along with the Australian government’s Defence Science and Technology (DST) group. The event, involving 250 scientists from Canada, New Zealand, the…

Brabham BT62 debuts at Hannover Fair

It is not every day that you see an Australian made super car debuting at the world’s most important industrial trade fair. But Brabham Automotive is displaying its BT62 limited edition, mid-engined track car at this year’s Hannover Messe. Commercial director, Dan Marks says: “At just 972kg our designers and engineers have produced a world…

Titomic enters Japanese and Korean markets

Metal additive manufacturing company, Titomic (ASX: TTT) has expanded its global distribution network for its unique metals and materials technology and manufacturing business. The company signed a memorandum of understanding with Osaka Titanium Technologies (OTC) and Marubeni Corporation to be its distributor in Japan and South Korea. The agreement also givers Titomic access to a…