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

Dr Tim Doyle with several cameras mounted on tripods.
Human science

Dr Tim Doyle discusses DST's work in the biomechanics of human motion, including easing the burden of load carrying for soldiers.

Cathy Smith in a test laboratory.
Air, land and sea vehicles

Cathy Smith discusses how DST applies forensic engineering to investigate accidents and other incidents of component failure.

A Hawk Lead-in Fighter inside a hangar.
Air, land and sea vehicles

Aeronautical engineer Dr Philip Jackson discusses DST's work with the Hawk Lead-In Fighter full-scale fatigue test.

Yarlini Amirthanesan with several automomous vehicles.
Autonomous systems

Yarlini Amirthanesan and Thomas Stevens show how DST is using autonomous vehicles to create survivable communication networks.

Angus Thomson with vetronic equipment.
Air, land and sea vehicles

Land System’s Engineer Angus Thomson discusses how DST is enabling future Australian Defence Force (ADF) land vehicles to be more capable and adaptable.

An aircraft being worked on in a hangar.
Electronic warfare

Electromagnetic Environmental Effects Discipline Lead, Dr Andrew Walters, discusses how DST's 'Iron Bird' will identify technical risks in the sustainment and acquisition of Australian Defence Force (ADF) assets, and thereby decrease the cost of ownership.

Dr Barnaby Smith in a test lab.

Dr Barnaby Smith discusses how DST Group’s electro-optical seeker research ensures that precision missiles continue to work against new targets and countermeasures.

Preview of the Target Jindivik video.
Autonomous systems
This Bureau of Naval Weapons Technical Film Report offers a slice of DST Group history. The video was produced by US Naval Missile Center, Point Mugu, California.