In its largest ever funding round, South Australia’s Defence Innovation Partnership has awarded over $1 million to fund cutting-edge collaborative defence research ventures. From quantum-enhanced clock synchronisation, to the development of freeform optics for small satellites, to advanced 3D battlespace visualisation, the funding will drive innovation in Australian Defence research and development (R&D). Funding of seven new projects will be enabled by the fourth round of the Defence Innovation Partnership’s Collaborative Research Fund. Premier Steven Marshall MP said the research potential generated by the successful partnerships represents a critical component of the cutting-edge defence projects coming out of South Australia. [...]
The Morrison Government is continuing to invest in Australian defence industries to ensure they are in a strong place to deliver new innovations in the post COVID-19 era.
South Australia’s Defence Innovation Partnership has awarded $600,000 in new funding to South Australian universities, local industry and interstate universities to undertake collaborative defence research ventures. The funding, delivered through round three of the Collaborative Research Fund, supports four projects that will improve the capability and effectiveness of the Australian Defence Force across key priority areas. In the past two years, the Defence Innovation Partnership’s Collaborative Research Fund has awarded a total of nearly $1.9 million to 13 collaborative projects, leveraging over $4 million of university, Defence and industry contributions. Defence SA Chief Executive Richard Price said the successful research [...]
Defence Innovation Partnership to boost defence research in South Australia.
South Australian researchers have secured $600,000 from the recently established Defence Innovation Partnership to conduct collaborative defence research activities with local and international partners.