Defence scientists Dr James Brooks and Daniel Butler have come a long way in a short time at DST, and both have been lauded for their outstanding early career achievements.
When it comes to augmented reality (AR), more is not necessarily better.
These weapons are set to offer disruptive performance gains and a level of operational flexibility that is unachievable at the moment.
DST will hold its flagship partnership event on 15-16 August 2019 at its Edinburgh laboratory in Adelaide, South Australia.
Defence scientist Jenny Mathew has completed a prize-winning study of the Royal Australian Navy Canberra-class Landing Helicopter Dock (LHD) resupply operation.
A system developed by DST is taking a smart look at Defence's satellite communications.
Defence Fellowship recipient Dr Lauren Wilson recently presented her fellowship findings on battlefield forensics to the Defence leadership.
Defence is calling for proposals from industry and research partners to take part in its national Medical Countermeasures program.
A Defence High Performance Computing Centre is to be constructed at the DST site in Edinburgh, South Australia.
Defence scientist Joyce Mau is a key member of a team developing a maritime application for DST's patented single-photon avalanche detector (SPAD) technology. SPAD sensors are designed for low-light detection of objects.