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Displaying items by tag: Aerospace

Improving sustainability and using digital technologies to boost productivity are among the focus areas of a new five-year research program launched by CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, and aerospace company Boeing.

Published in Strategy

Australian-listed technology regulation company Kyckr is partnering with defence, security, and aerospace company BAE Systems Applied Intelligence to jointly address anti-money laundering and compliance challenges of regulated firms.

Published in Listed Tech

Global defence industry technology company Northrop Grumman is investing $50 million to develop an advanced defence electronics maintenance and sustainment centre in Western Sydney.

Published in Strategy

Scientists say they have taken away valuable lessons from the latest trial of the joint Australia-US Hypersonic International Flight Research Experimentation (HIFiRE) program conducted recently at the Andøya Rocket Range in Norway.

Published in Space

Australian aerospace company TAE is to commercialise the CSIRO’s Guardian Mentor Remote (GMR) wearable technology system making it available to the global aerospace industry.

Published in Market

Aerospace giant Lockheed Martin is to establish its Asia Pacific ICT engineering hub in Melbourne in a partnership with the Victorian Government, giving a big boost to the state’s ICT jobs and specialist skills.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 28 April 2010 15:59

IT contract bonanza ahead - get in for your chop

Long-term IT contracts worth tens of billions of dollars are coming up for renewal.

Published in Market
Friday, 05 February 2010 02:23

Could GM and NASA take a Chevy to Mars?

General Motors and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration are working together to develop the next-generation robot, the Robonaut 2 (R2), for use in the automotive and aerospace industries. Maybe they'll team up for a trip to Mars in a Chevy?

Published in Space
Charles Frank Bolden, Jr. was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on Wednesday, July 15, 2009, as the new NASA head. He becomes the twelfth administrator of the U.S. space agency the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

Published in Space
According to a study performed in part by The Aerospace Corporation, rocket launches in the future, as many more are performed each year, may need to be more strictly regulated by the global community in order to not deplete ozone in the stratosphere.

Published in Climate

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