After almost six months in operation, the Australian Space Agency has secured a permanent home, with Adelaide winning the bid to host the organisation.
ecoJet Engineering’s project aims to replace diesel generators typically used to provide electricity to units in the field.
Australia needs around 18,000 more cyber security professionals by 2026 if the sector is to be globally competitive, a new report has found.
Schema therapy startup Secure Nest aims to address the fact that gaining access to therapy can be a challenge for many.
Designed by the Australian arm of global company Saab, Augmented Relief is a collaboration with the University of South Australia to explore sophisticated medical technologies in disaster zones.
Adelaide Internet of Things startup Myriota has partnered with the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) to track the health of Australia’s tropical waters via its low earth orbiting (LEO) satellites.
Adelaide startup Fleet Space Technologies is gearing up for takeoff, signing a deal with orbital launch provider Rocket Lab to launch two of its satellites next month.
South Australian SME Makers Empire will provide its 3D printing software and teaching packages to United Arab Emirates Ministry of Education.
The South Australian government last week granted Cohda Wireless permission to trial autonomous vehicles in the central business district of Adelaide.
South Australian app ourValues promises to instil family values, teach responsibility and achieve behavioural change, all while managing screen time for children.
The South Australian government has issued an EOI to find companies to take up more than 23,000m2 of space available at its Lot Fourteen innovation hub.
Looking to help bricks and mortar retailers provide customers with a seamless ominchannel experience is Melbourne startup Brauz, founded by Lee Hardham and Rajesh Yeluri.
Bellr is a customer relationship management system for venues, though the cofounders like to call it a ‘PRM’, rather: a patron relationship management platform.
The South Australian government has appointed former fighter pilot and Nova Group cofounder Jim Whalley as the state’s inaugural Chief Entrepreneur.