Moon to Mars technologies sought by space agency


The Australian Space Agency is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) from companies and institutions seeking to discuss their niche Australian technology capabilities.

Through its Moon to Mars initiative, the ASA is working closely with international partner agencies to identify Australian technology capabilities that could add value to international space exploration endeavours.

The information from this EOI may be used to update knowledge of the Australian industry, academia and research capability and identify future opportunities and collaborations.

The ASA is particularly interested in inputs from Australian industry and academia working or researching in:

  • Mining and resources technologies
  • METS innovations
  • Robotics, artificial intelligence, quantum sensing, automation, edge computing and remote operations
  • Space technology or data for productivity and/or safety improvements
  • And resource utilisation, extraction, exploration and planetary science.

The information is sought in relation to the Australian Space Agency’s Moon to Mars Initiative, NASA Moon to Mars Architecture, the Artemis Program and International space exploration and robotics programs from ESA, Japan, India, UK, and other countries.

The EOI is open until February 14, 2024.

Image: Department of Industry, Science and Resources

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