The Australian and New Zealand defence forces are getting into hacking. Well, not cyber black ops, but rather the Australian New Zealand Defence Force Hackathon, a virtual event kicking off this Friday, May 15 and running until Sunday. Dubbed #Shockproof, the event is designed to look how supply chains and sovereign capability can be enhanced… Read more »
Stone & Chalk CEO Alex Scandurra Fintech innovation hub Stone & Chalk is setting up shop in Adelaide in partnership with the South Australian Government Stone & Chalk will be the anchor tenant and startup hub operator at Lot Fourteen, the massive and ambitious innovation precinct on the seven-hectare former Royal Adelaide Hospital site. With… Read more »
Soldier.ly has designed a stress intervention tool, a smartwatch app called Overwatch, that it hopes can help those suffering from stress.
WithYouWithMe looks to combat veteran unemployment rates through its online job matching platform, which pairs veterans to jobs.
Techstars has announced the lineup of startups that will be participating in its defence and security-focused Adelaide accelerator program
The Federal Government is putting $50 million towards a Defence Cooperative Research Centre focusing on the development of Trusted Autonomous Systems.
Perth-based startup StopRotor is developing an aeroplane-helicopter hybrid capable of reaching higher speeds and longer flight times than a helicopter.
The federal government has announced that it will be investing $500 million to improve Australia’s space-based surveillance and intelligence capabilities.
Elsight has developed the ‘Multichannel’, a portable communications system which is able to send and receive encrypted data from any point in the world.
Western Australian security monitoring startup iCentana raises $8 million for further international expansion
iCetana has announced the raising of a $8 million funding round which will be used to build out the startup’s detection system and expand worldwide.
The Techstars Adelaide Accelerator Program will help startups develop and commercialise technologies applicable to the defence and security industries.
The Federal Government this week opened the Centre for Defence Industry Capability (CDIC) in Adelaide and online Defence Innovation Hub
2016 Budget sees Government focus on jobs and growth, but rehash previously announced initiatives for startups
Five months after Malcolm Turnbull urged Australia to shift the economy’s focus from the resources sector to innovation with the launch of the National Innovation and Science Agenda (NISA), Treasurer Scott Morrison delivered a budget focused on jobs and growth.