In other news some emerging technologies are revealed as Navy ponders the merits of Google Glass for aircraft maintenance and a homegrown passive radar system gets a boost from an SA accelerator program.
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Both Austal and ASC CEOs told the committee that meaningful engagement with the contenders had ended after the RfT’s release on 31 March. more»
The 12 scholarships, worth $10,000 each per year, will be offered from next year, subject to Luerssen winning the deal to build the Navy’s 12 new offshore patrol vessels (OPVs) under Project Sea 1180. more»
Mature exporters and businesses new to exporting are being exhibited on the Australian stand to showcase their products to foreign defence forces and defence companies from around the world. more»
Navy and Dialog are assessing a proposal to conduct a second phase of testing, which will involve more complex maintenance activities on the AS350BA using the wearable HUD. more»
SA start-up Silentium Defence’s passive radar technology uses a silent sensor to locate active and silent objects. more»
The project brings new challenges to user experience (UX) research as well as concrete research questions. more»