The funding will establish a Mission Control Centre and Space Discovery Centre, both in Adelaide.
One of Australia’s largest equipment hire companies has partnered with Internet of Things space startup Fleet Space Technologies to track the location and performance of its gear anywhere at any time.
South Australian nanosatellite company Myriota has added former NASA astronaut Pamela Melroy to its board as a non-executive director.
The cofounder of Fleet Space Technologies says the registration of one million devices in less than 24 hours to its low-cost satellite network shows the time is right for the Internet of Things.
After almost six months in operation, the Australian Space Agency has secured a permanent home, with Adelaide winning the bid to host the organisation.
AWS today announced the launch of AWS Ground Station, a service allowing customers to tap into a network of ground station antennas around the world.
The CSIRO is allocating $35 million in funding to space technology and artificial intelligence, via its Future Science Platforms (FSP) portfolio.
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.
Gilmour Space Technologies has raised $19 million in a Series B round led by Main Sequence Ventures and Blackbird Ventures, with participation from other investors including 500 Startups.
The young Australian Space Agency has signed a Memorandum of Understand (MoU) with its French counterpart, the Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES), to work together on the development of their respective space programs.
Adelaide startup Fleet Space Technologies has opened its mission control centre ahead of the planned launch of two of its nanosatellites later this year.
Adelaide startup Fleet Space Technologies has announced it is set to launch two nanosatellites before the end of the year in its bid to connect the 75 billion devices expected to be online by 2025.
The government has announced $15 million in funding for the establishing of the Australian Space Agency and the appointment of former CSIRO head Dr Megan Clark as its chief.
After announcing plans for the launch of an Australian space agency last September, the Australian Government is set to announce $50 million in funding to establish the organisation in Tuesday’s Budget.
Adelaide’s Myriota has raised a US$15 million eries A round led Blue Sky VC and the CSIRO’s Main Sequence Ventures, with participation from Boeing HorizonX.