Myriota’s Dr Alex Grant and Dr David Haley have partnered with Californian company Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems. Photo: Rosina Possingham. American company Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems will establish a manufacturing facility for the integration and testing of space vehicles in South Australia. Announced today during the 8th Space Forum Adelaide, the Californian company will move into Lot Fourteen, the innovation… Read more »
The University of South Australia will play a leading role in one of the most significant space industry research concentrations in Australia when it heads up a new Cooperative Research Centre for Smart Satellite Technologies and Analytics – The SmartSat CRC.
A new interactive digital platform is bringing ancient indigenous Australian art from one of the world’s biggest collections to life.
South Australian nanosatellite company Myriota has added former NASA astronaut Pamela Melroy to its board as a non-executive director.
A new class of visa and the establishment of the Australian Space Agency headquarters in Adelaide is generating national and global interest in an incubator program for space industry startups.
Schultz will work with cofounders Andrew Grant and Remo Carbone to develop and commercialise technology for the food, wine, and agriculture industries.
A smart transit hub nicknamed Matilda has been launched in South Australia to test the integration of autonomous vehicles into daily life.
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.
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.
The Digital Vineyard Guidance System is a platform to filter data collected from a suite of remote sensors to improve vineyard efficiency.
A light driven energy trap similar to tractor beams used to capture spaceships in science fiction movies such as Star Trek and Star Wars has been developed by researchers in South Australia.
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.