In its Robotics and Automation on Earth and in Space Roadmap, ASA identified six priority areas - remote operations, interoperability, analogue facilities and services, robotic platforms, ISRU and terrestrial foundation services.
The Victorian Government is supporting a key emissions reduction project that will contribute to achieving the goal of net-zero by 2050 and bring new jobs to Gippsland.
Up to $40 million in funding will go towards R&D to support the ultra-low-cost solar stretch goal which was recently added as a priority technology in the government’s latest Low Emissions Technology Statement.
Aviation students will train in cockpits of the two most popular jetliners in the world and the new simulator will also be used for research into pilot performance. UniSA also hopes to incorporate VR and AR into the simulator training.
The Sydney Manufacturing Hub will develop and manufacture components for a green hydrogen-powered launch vehicle capable of deploying small satellites into low earth orbit.
UOW researchers have been awarded $3.4 million in the latest round of funding, including developing affordable battery storage for renewable energy and improving stability for applications in quantum devices.
A UniSA mechatronics engineering lecturer and colleagues have built a computer model that ensures mobile robots can recognise and avoid unexpected obstacles, finding the quickest and safest path to their destination.
The CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet has today unveiled a new artificial intelligence weight loss coach, Hope, which uses psychological techniques to prompt and motivate members throughout their weight loss journey.
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