Perth-based startup StopRotor is developing an aeroplane-helicopter hybrid capable of reaching higher speeds and longer flight times than a helicopter.
Gilmour Space Technologies has raised $5 million in a Series A funding round to continue the development of their low-cost rocket technology.
NASA engineer Matthew Noyes will be taking Pause 2017 attendees through NASA’s work with VR during a keynote on Tech Day.
For many, the term ‘virtual reality’ will surely conjure up visions of newfangled headsets and how it’s being used in fields like gaming, but the technology in fact goes back decades, and an organisation that has been at the forefront of its development is NASA. As explained by Matthew Noyes, a mechanical and software engineer […]
Growing up in country NSW, Chris Boshuizen developed a love of space at school that saw him head to NASA before launching his own venture, Planet Labs.
Just a month after teaming up with drone startup Flirtey, NASA has partnered with yet another Australian startup: the space agency will be using Freelancer to design a number of models of tools that will be used by a humanoid robot on the International Space Station.
Today marks a significant milestone in not just the Australian startup’s journey, but the US drone industry as well, with Flirtey and NASA both anticipating the green light to conduct the first Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved deliveries by drones on US soil in Wise, Virginia as part of an event being labelled ‘Let’s Fly Wisely’.