AFRL Webinar - How to engage with the AFRL Research Ecosystem: International Edition

AFRL Webinar - How to engage with the AFRL Research Ecosystem: International Edition

Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is hosting a free webinar on engaging with the AFRL Research Ecosystem. This is a global event for universities interested in working with AFRL. 

This second webinar in their series will take a closer look at the AFRL International Research Enterprise. The 2-hour event is an opportunity for international and AFRL researchers to learn about the funding and partnership opportunities available through the Air Force Office of Scientific Research International Office.

Subject matter experts from AFRL's partners and International Offices will be available LIVE to answer questions and provide guidance to resources. Attendees will leave with a better understanding of how AFRL invests in the advancement of science and contributes to the international S&T community.


Date: Thursday October 15 2020

Time: 8 - 10am & 5 - 7pm (EDT) (This webinar will be offered twice)

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Webinar - Accelerating Defence Innovation: Australia & UK Support

Webinar - Accelerating Defence Innovation: Australia & UK Support

Australian and UK businesses are invited to join a free webinar to discover opportunities to accelerate their defence and security innovations through Australia’s Defence Innovation Hub and UK’s Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA).

Attendees will have the chance to hear from senior representatives at the Defence Innovation Hub and DASA about current opportunities, future capabilities of interest and what makes a successful bid. There will also be a Q&A opportunity.

Date: Thursday 24 September 2020

Time: 5 - 6pm (AEST)

Read more about the event and register here

 

Call for EOIs - Lockheed Martin Australia and Fire Control (MFC) Capability Scan

Call for EOIs - Lockheed Martin Australia and Fire Control (MFC) Capability Scan

Lockheed Martin Australia Missiles and Fire Controls (MFC) is seeking EOIs from globally competitive Australian businesses with capabilities across areas related to advanced combat, missile, rocket and manned and unmanned systems. 

Call for EOIs: Northrop Grumman Australia - Space Systems Project

Call for EOIs: Northrop Grumman Australia - Space Systems Project

Northrop Grumman is seeking expressions of interests (EOI) in specific areas of space capability, as part of the Space Systems Project. The Project presents an opportunity for Australian and New Zealand industry to participate in a strategically important program to build and maintain an enduring Australian space capability with an opportunity to enter export markets. 

New Skilling Australia's Defence Industry Grants Program Launched

New Skilling Australia's Defence Industry Grants Program Launched

The new Skilling Australia’s Defence Industry (SADI) Grants provide businesses servicing the defence sector with upskilling and training opportunities to build skills capacity and capability to meet current or future Defence needs.

 DASA UK - Competition: Advancing Less Lethal Weapons

DASA UK - Competition: Advancing Less Lethal Weapons

This Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) competition is seeking proposals for innovative technologies that allow law enforcement officers to safely prevent the escalation of conflict in serious or violent circumstances from a distance. The primary focus will be on solutions for distances between 5m and 50m (but solutions for distances between 0m and 70m will be considered).

DASA UK: Market exploration: robotic and autonomous systems (platooning)

DASA UK: Market exploration: robotic and autonomous systems (platooning)

The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) is scoping the potential for funding opportunities to develop the use of autonomy for logistic convoy operations.

Defence Industry Competitive Evaluation Research Agreement  (ICERA) Initiative

Defence Industry Competitive Evaluation Research Agreement (ICERA) Initiative

Defence Science and Technology Group (DST) through its NGTF program is seeking research and development proposals from Australian SMEs to contribute to Australian Defence Force Capability. 

Cash support of up to $300,000 ex. GST per proposal will be provided for projects up to 18 months in duration 

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