The Royal Australian Navy is investing heavily in its future capability and will deliver a Maritime Tactical Uninhabited Aerial Systems capability to every major fleet unit.
DST researcher Ping Tan has played a key role in undertaking work that focuses on the ballistic performance of body armour, and recently helmets.
DST has formed a collaboration with partners from academia and industry to develop new weapons technology that will assist the ADF.
DST will partner with industry and academia to develop new technologies improving the safety and performance of explosives for Defence and industry.
Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, today announced a five-year research and development agreement between CEA Technologies and DST.
An audit of Australia's medical countermeasures capabilities will inform efforts to build Australia's preparedness against chemical, biological and radiological threats.
The University of Tasmania will partner with US universities to conduct research to help improve Australia's naval capability.