26 Sep 2016The Hobart-class destroyers are part of the most complex defence project in Australia's history.
26 Sep 2016Defence company BAE systems has developed a new chip which helps communications and electronic warfare radio systems adapt in nanoseconds.
7 Sep 2016Polycarbonate cells are being used to give tanks camouflage capabilities in constantly changing environments.
9 Aug 2016Save the date - this unique lecture series organised by DST and Engineers Australia will be presented in six locations across Australia.
29 Jul 2016An Australian-developed device that is saving lives in Afghanistan by preventing the detonation of remotely-controlled improvised explosive devices has won the Public Sector Innovation Award from the Institute of Public Administration Australia.
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Membership is open to serving and retired members of the Australian Defence Force and allied services, as well as those with an interest from government, industry, commerce and academic institutions. Society members do not have to be members of Engineers Australia.
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10 Nov 2016The Australian Coastal Ocean Radar Network consists of 12 individual radars (soon to be expanded to 15) installed around the coast clockwise from Central Queensland to north of Perth. ACORN was established primarily for research and measuring coastal currents.
6 Dec 2016This presentation explores the enhancements possible to traditional war gaming through the use of cognitive intelligence and time manipulation. Originally presented to NATO Modelling and Simulation Symposium in Germany 2015.