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Space Machines Company, an Australian enterprise specialising in orbital logistics and services, has launched their first orbital service vehicle (OSV), Optimus, powered by Boreas X90, a Digital Fibre-Optic Gyroscope (DFOG) Inertial Navigation System (INS) developed by Advanced Navigation.
A collaborative effort led by RMIT University has yielded the creation of recyclable 'water batteries' that promise enhanced safety and environmental sustainability.
In response to escalating demand from both recreational adventurers and fleet operators, NORWELD, Australia’s 4WD aluminium tray and canopy manufacturer, announced a significant investment of $5 million in a cutting-edge facility located in Wangara, Perth.
The latest iLAuNCH Trailblazer project is embarking on a groundbreaking initiative to utilise additive manufacturing technology in the development of large-scale carbon composite structures for rockets.
A groundbreaking research and development project spearheaded by Australian Composites Manufacturing (ACM CRC), Ocius Technology, and the University of New South Wales (UNSW) is poised to revolutionise the utilisation of wave energy for propulsion.
Mining and infrastructure solutions developer Orica Limited Orica Limited announced a definitive agreement to acquire Cyanco Intermediate 4 Corp (Cyanco), a US-based manufacturer and distributor of sodium cyanide serving gold mining industries across North America.
Alpha HPA Limited announced significant progress in the development of its Alpha Sapphire project, aimed at manufacturing and commercialising synthetic sapphire growth technology in Australia.
The Australian Government has allocated $50 million towards the development and commercialisation of what it claims to be the world's most advanced artificial heart.
Premier Steven Miles has unveiled a groundbreaking plan to introduce hundreds of zero-emission buses into Queensland's public transit system through direct government procurement in a move towards sustainable urban transportation.
The Australian Hydrogen Council has applauded the Australian Government for announcing a $140 million agreement with the Western Australian Government to advance a hydrogen hub in the Pilbara region.