By Andrew Spence Amazon and Deloitte will spearhead a search for new space technologies across a variety of industries at an inaugural hackathon event in South Australia next month. The Gravity Challenge will bring together space thought leaders and businesses across eight industries to collaboratively solve real-world problems using cutting-edge space technology and data. To…
One possible remedy to a world drowning in plastic has been under development since 2005. Brent Balinski speaks to Licella.
This week @AuManufacturing will feature a collection of Aussie innovators who are giving plastic a second life. But first, some context on the issue and why it matters. By Brent Balinski.
By Jim Plouffe Defence industry SMEs from South Australia have won more than $8 million in contracts to provide the Australian Defence Force with a capability edge. Of the 15 contracts valued at more than $28 million awarded to Australian small businesses developing cutting-edge defence technologies, four are based in South Australia. Australian Minister for…
Fifteen grants totalling $28 million were announced on Thursday through the Defence Innovation Hub, including one to Geelong-based Carbon Revolution to develop world-first wheels for Chinook helicopters.
One of the leading Australian players in the Chinese wine market will increase production after purchasing a major vineyard in the Barossa Valley.
Radar and communications specialist CEA Technologies has signed the first contract under the Defence Export Facility.
South Australian outdoor furniture brand Sedi has developed bespoke benches and shelter options for smart cities and regional areas.
AMTIL, the peak body for Australia’s precision engineering and advanced manufacturing industry, has celebrated its 20th anniversary.
Tritium, a Brisbane-based maker of fast DC chargers for electric vehicles, has announced news of a $30 million capital raise to keep up with demand following a number of recent international agreements.