Griffith University is among a select of group universities chosen to conduct joint research with US universities on priority defence projects.
The primary outlays in the Defence portfolio are once again fixed personnel costs, continuing global operations, and phased capability acquisitions.
Griffith University will look for smart machine technologies in the first Defence Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Trusted Autonomous Systems.
The rapid and detailed scanning of metals is not new, however taking this technology into the field and away from highly controlled labs could help protect the integrity of everything from aeroplanes to military vehicles. Scientists from griffith University on the Gold Coast have refined a system involving high-resolution 3D scanning of moving metal assets […]
While the 2017 Defence budget confirms a commitment to large-scale projects currently in play, an emphasis on job creation in the Defence arena also moves to reaffirm the government’s ‘Australia first’ agenda. By Professor Andrew O’Neil, Griffith Business School Overview By far the most complicated dimension of defence budgets is aligning the timing of […]
Griffith University’s Asia Institute will host the fourth annual Australia-Japan Dialogue in Tokyo on 28 November where experts will address Asia’s rapidly evolving security environment and where Australia-Japan relations fit within this context. The 2014 Australia-Japan Dialogue is generously supported by the Australia-Japan Foundation and builds on previous Dialogue meetings held in Brisbane and Tokyo […]
Griffith Asia Institute
After the end of their first high-level defence and diplomatic talks, Japan and Russia have agreed to step up security cooperation and to hold joint military and anti-piracy exercises. Japan, Russia agree to boost military cooperation. The move comes amid growing concern over North Korea and Japan’s worsening relations with China. Yet Japan and Russia […]