Watch the videos below to learn more about defence science innovation at DST: past, present and future.

You'll find more DST videos at the DST YouTube channel.

Video list

Andrew Snowden

Andrew Snowden explains the role DST is playing in developing the JDAM-ER which is about to enter service with the RAAF.

Luther Krake
Air, land and sea vehicles

Luther Krake explains how DST is developing and demonstrating the technologies required to conduct full-scale fatigue testing of helicopters.

Jennifer Palmer
Autonomous systems

Dr Jennifer Palmer explains how DST is building smarts into drones in order to keep soldiers and first responders out of harm's way.

WW1 troops

Science presenter and broadcaster, Paul Willis shares the stories of innovative Australian Diggers who revolutionised the way World War I was fought.

Dr David Lingard discusses the 'Buccaneer' mission, one of DST's small satellite projects.
Surveillance and space

Dr David Lingard discusses the 'Buccaneer' mission, one of DST's small satellite projects.

A screenshot from the DST Cyber Security video, featuring Angela Billard

Angela Billard discusses DST's work in the area of cyber security.

A photograph of DST's Denis Shine.
Operations analysis

Denis Shine discusses how DST uses wargaming and simulation to assist the Australian Army to make effective decisions.

Dr Greg Bain in a composite testing lab.
Air, land and sea vehicles

Dr Greg Bain discusses work in developing bonded repairs for Australian Defence Force (ADF) platforms.

A scientist sprays paint in a workshop.
Air, land and sea vehicles

Chemist Thomas Clayton discusses DST's work in paints and coatings for ADF platforms.

Andrew Hunt in front of a test mannekin.
Human science

Andrew Hunt discusses how DST helps to maintain the health of soldiers when they're exposed to extreme temperatures.