Fact sheets

Our handy fact sheets give an overview of important aspects of our research and facilities.

Fact Sheets

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Join Australia's brightest and most innovative scientists, engineers and cyber specialists at the forefront of international defence research.

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The Next Generation Technologies Fund is a cornerstone of the Turnbull Government’s $1.6 billion investment in defence industry innovation to build a technologically-advanced Australian Defence Force of the future.

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The Defence Science and Technology (DST) Group is creating teams of small autonomous aircraft, or drones, for missions in contested urban environments.

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VIRSuite is a software application developed by DST Group for the generation of visible and infrared scenes in real-time.

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DST has developed LASAGNE, the Layered Approach to Service Architectures for a Global Networked Environment, an interoperable open architecture that enables future Combat and Mission Systems to become highly concurrent and networked computing environments.

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The Defence Science and Technology (DST) Group is conducting research into advanced Directed Infra-Red Counter-Measures (DIRCM) concepts to protect aircraft from increasingly sophisticated infra-red (IR) guided missiles.

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The Defence Science and Technology (DST) Group is the lead Australian research agency undertaking advanced research into hypersonic technologies to enable sustained high-speed flight in the atmosphere.

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The F-35A Joint Strike Fighter will deliver to Australia the world’s most advanced and capable multi-role fighter; a fifth-generation aircraft that offers an unparalleled mix of situational awareness, stealth and mission capabilities.

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Under a project known as WASABI (Wide Area Surveillance Activity Based Intelligence), DST Group is leveraging extensive experience with motion imagery to research wide area surveillance capabilities which contain vast amounts of unstructured information.

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DST's Synthetic Human-in-the-loop Operations Research Environment (SHORE) operates as both an exploratory and validation tool within an overarching operations analysis process that includes constructive simulations.

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