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Australia’s defence cyber unit scales up bug hunting

Australia’s defence cyber unit scales up bug hunting

Specialise if you don’t want to lose the war.
Aug 18 2015 11:12AM
DSTO, IBM partner for R&D staff swap

DSTO, IBM partner for R&D staff swap

Sharing resources in tough budgetary times.
Feb 12 2014 5:22AM
DSTO flags ICT transformation

DSTO flags ICT transformation

Significant work planned for the next two years.
Apr 15 2013 1:10PM
Key suppliers cut IT graduate programs

Key suppliers cut IT graduate programs

Unemployment rises among fresh graduates.
Feb 5 2013 7:00AM
Chief Defence Scientist eyes project spin-offs

Chief Defence Scientist eyes project spin-offs

As staff cuts loom.
Jun 4 2012 7:12PM
Defence to replace water-damaged systems

Defence to replace water-damaged systems

Seeks ten racks of data centre equipment in Adelaide.
Sep 28 2011 11:00AM
Off-the-shelf laptops track targets in sets

Off-the-shelf laptops track targets in sets

Defence technology could improve traffic management, crowd monitoring.
Aug 19 2010 2:31PM
Analysis: Defence takes on tech at tortoise pace

Analysis: Defence takes on tech at tortoise pace

Still beats the hare?
Apr 30 2010 12:57PM
Long-range radar engineer wins Minister's Award

Long-range radar engineer wins Minister's Award

Technology to yield more targets, more of the time.
Mar 16 2010 11:34AM
Conroy opens NICTA's HQ in Sydney

Conroy opens NICTA's HQ in Sydney

NICTA ships out of the railway sheds.
Dec 3 2009 1:16PM
DSTO asks for better recognition of 'bad' images

DSTO asks for better recognition of 'bad' images

The Defence Science and Technology Organisation has called on facial recognition system makers to build in more intelligence and improve recognition of low-resolution and partially obscured images.
May 29 2009 2:56PM
Insects help Defence strike moving land targets

Insects help Defence strike moving land targets

Aussie engineers are applying insect vision and navigation techniques to enable airborne defence systems to acquire, track and strike moving targets more accurately.
Mar 10 2009 10:35AM
DSTO shows off two new Land Warfare robots

DSTO shows off two new Land Warfare robots

The Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) demonstrated two new robots at the Land Warfare Conference in Brisbane this week.
Oct 31 2008 12:03AM
DSTO renews IBM alliance

DSTO renews IBM alliance

The Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) has renewed its alliance with IBM for a further three years.
Sep 8 2008 2:44PM
Quantum computing director named Chief Defence Scientist

Quantum computing director named Chief Defence Scientist

The Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) has appointed Robert Clark, of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computer Technology, as its Chief Defence Scientist.
Sep 5 2008 12:12PM
'Operation Testament' protects the Pope

'Operation Testament' protects the Pope

A torpedo-shaped autonomous underwater vehicle was used to scan the base of Sydney Harbour at Barangaroo prior to the Pope’s arrival in July.
Aug 20 2008 12:34PM
DSTO opens new Sydney research centre

DSTO opens new Sydney research centre

The Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) has completed the modernisation of its research facilities nationwide with the opening of a new centre in Sydney.
Aug 20 2008 11:43AM
Rock stars, Australia's answer to its ICT innovation crisis

Rock stars, Australia's answer to its ICT innovation crisis

Australia’s government-funded ICT research bodies are breeding new technologies only to see them stumble on the way to commercialisation and plunge into a “valley of death”, or so a panel debated at CeBIT in Sydney this week.
May 21 2008 4:13PM

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