The European Union's satellite navigation system Galileo has been affected by a technical incident related to its ground infrastructure, the European Global Navigation Satellite Systems Agency says in a statement.
Adelaide-based nanosatellite Internet of Things connectivity vendor Myriota and the Australian Space Agency have signed a statement of strategic intent aimed at expanding Australia’s growing space industry.
A study by the University of South Australia has found that, with the state's existing government subsidies, the point may have been reached when it makes economic sense to invest in a solar battery.
An 11-seat driverless shuttle bus is ready to roll in the City of Newcastle in a 12-month trial servicing the city’s harbour foreshore.
Autonomous car racing organisation Roborace's DevBot 2.0 has recorded the first officially timed run on the Goodwood hillclimb for self-driving cars.
Energy infrastructure company Jemena has commenced construction of the Atlas Gas Pipeline, claiming that as Australia transitions to a low-carbon future gas will play an increasingly important role in complementing what it describes as “intermittent renewable technologies” such as wind and solar generation.
A team of scientists at Flinders University is working on developing a small fibre-optic sensor, known as a continuous cardiac flow monitoring probe, that is claimed to have the potential to save lives during open-heart surgery, and even be used during surgery on premature babies.
A claimed “world first” cutting-edge robotics research project at the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision to create bespoke, miniaturised surgical robots, is the brainchild of a young researcher, Andrew Razjigaev.
Solar Victoria’s tough new requirements for the state’s top 150 solar retailers came into force on Monday, with the regulations aimed at helping protect retail customers and ensure all installations are of a high standard.
An international Australian-led team of astronomers has achieved a world first by using the CSIRO's new Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) radio telescope in Western Australia to determine the exact location of a powerful one-off burst of cosmic radio waves.
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