Development of graphene-based materials holds promise for smart applications

A team of researchers from Swinburne are making a vital contribution to a DMTC-managed collaboration involving a national network of research and industry partners.

The DMTC project is focused on developing a detailed understanding of the functional performance of composite materials. The specific theme of work for the Swinburne researchers, led by Dr Nishar Hameed, is novel, hybrid graphene-based multi-scale composites that can deliver advances in sensing, electromagnetic and thermal signature control for applications in the defence domain. (more…)

Posted by Harry Baxter on August 20th, 2020 Tagged: , , ,

Cyber contract: “first of many”

smart enough factory demonstration kit

DMTC Limited has engaged Australian indigenous-owned small business Willyama to undertake a comprehensive cyber security audit of systems to be deployed through DMTC’s Industry Capability Development Program.

Willyama’s team of security analysts will review DMTC’s Smart Enough Factory solution which seeks to realise benefits of Industry 4.0 adoption for Australian small businesses, and to equip those companies to contribute to defence sector supply chains. (more…)

Posted by Harry Baxter on July 7th, 2020 Tagged: , , , ,