This project will provide new solutions for the control of growth of marine organisms on surfaces immersed in oceans.
Australian Research & Experimental Submarine (ARES) – design and simulation for submarines in an industry 4.0 environment
Design an Australian Research & Experimental Submarine – ARES (5-10m long) with the ability to reconfigure external shape and Fwd/aft control planes configurations (cross or X-rudder) to simulate existing or future shapes.
Engineering, design and lab based testing of whole of vehicle health usage monitoring system (vHUMS) for defence vehicles
A fully operating HUMS system will provide significant cost savings in terms of real time warning on potential failure, improve preparedness of vehicle platforms for operational needs, and reduced fleet management costs. It will also significantly increase operator safety. This project builds on a body of research work by the Partners that established the theoretical feasibility of thermo-mechanical measurement to determine energy dissipated in shock absorbers.
This project seeks to develop Human-Machine Interfaces (HMI) for detection, monitoring and mitigation of stress under differing states of fatigue. Validate technologies that unobtrusively measure underlying physiological and psychological responses to stress.
Narrative visualisation, which focuses on describing the stories behind the data, offers a potential approach to help an analyst rapidly understand the outcomes. A pilot developed jointly between UniSA and DST has demonstrated how this approach could be used to visualise storylines within simulations involving many actors.
Develop novel and low-complexity optimal waveform diversity techniques for small target detection that can adapt to the environment and sea clutter characteristics to minimise the deleterious effects of sea clutter in scan-to-scan integration.