DMTC Limited has announced the commencement of a new project under Round Three of its Medical Countermeasures Program. The project will advance the development of a new Australian antibiotic by partnering its developer, Boulos & Cooper Pharmaceuticals, with manufacturing experts from CSIRO. (more…)Posted by Harry Baxter on December 4th, 2018 Tagged: collaboration, Countermeasures, CSIRO, defence technology, DMTC, innovation, research, technology
A new corrosion-resistant coating that halved the build-up of algae and barnacles on ship hydraulic components is now the subject of on-ship trials aboard HMAS Canberra, one of the Royal Australian Navy landing helicopter dock ships. (more…)Posted by Harry Baxter on October 10th, 2018 Tagged: collaboration, defence technology, DST, innovation, technology
The program and abstracts for the 2018 DMTC Student Conference to be held on 9 October in Melbourne are now available.
The event is held in conjunction with our partners Defence Science Institute (DSI) and the Research Training Centre for Naval Design & Manufacturing (RTCNDM) at the Australian Maritime College.
The conference is designed to give PhD and Masters candidates the opportunity to professionally present their work to peers. It is a great opportunity to network with other PhD candidates in the Defence sector. Question and answer sessions follow each presentation and we encourage industry participants and supervisors to attend and ask questions of the students.
Documents for download:Harry Baxter on October 1st, 2018 Tagged: DMTC, DST, students, technology, university
The DMTC Welding Capability for Defence Platforms Workshop was conducted on 25 September in Rockhampton.
Attendees at the DMTC workshop were particularly interested in the scale of potential opportunities to bring their significant experience and welding skills from the resources sector to bear in Defence projects.
Supported by Defence Industries Queensland, this first workshop covered a number of topics including the latest technology in automated welding and welding applications in Defence platforms.
Attendees at the workshop included key regional SMEs including Berg Engineering, Adnought, Monadel, Craig Harney and Moloney & Sons Engineering.
The activity is one of the workshops made possible by the Queensland Government’s commitment of funding for DMTC’s Industry Capability Development Program.
Posted by Harry Baxter on September 30th, 2018 Tagged: benchmarking, CDIC, collaboration, DMTC, technology, Welding, WTIA