It is moonwalk month. On July 20, everybody except the moon landing truthers can celebrate 50 years since Aldrin said those immortal words to Armstrong, “After you, Neil…” *)
Hi-tech company Micro-X will bring the design and manufacture of its next generation of carbon nanotube X-ray tubes in house to give it greater control over its operations.
We have robots that can walk, see, talk and hear, and manipulate objects in their robotic hands. There’s even a robot that can smell.
By Jessica Bassano Spun out of the University of South Australia in 2015, Myriota last year raised $15 million through a Series A funding round, with Boeing HorizonX Ventures among the contributors. The Statement of Strategic Intent follows a similar agreement penned between international aerospace company Boeing and the Australian Space Agency in April. Deputy head of…
Melbourne-based additive manufacturing business Titomic (ASX: TTT) has announced production trials of “high-wear resistant parts” for Denmark’s FLSmidth, which could lead to exports if successful.
Some places are more ripe for innovation – change that brings improvement – than others. By Brent Balinski.
Brent Balinski speaks to William Crowe, co-founder of University of NSW-based High Earth Orbit Robotics, about what they have achieved so far and what businesses in the burgeoning nanosatellite industry expect from potential suppliers.
By Stuart Corner of IoT Australia The Victorian Government has called for expressions of interest for its planned on-farm trials of IoT, part of its $45 million Connecting Victoria initiative to improve digital technology and infrastructure across regional Victoria. In the first round of the trials grants of up to $30,000 will be available to…
Aurora Labs announces MoU with Granges, hails potential for metal additive manufacturing in automotive
Aurora Labs (ASX:A3D) has announced that it has executed a memorandum of understanding with Swedish aluminium technology company Granges AG.
Australia now has a space agency, and our federal and South Australian governments are looking to grow a prosperous space industry to boost productivity and employment.