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N17-10-08-chevrolet_bolt_Australia
5 October 2017

The cars that should be wearing L-Plates.

General Motors has been testing a fleet of over 120 autonomous vehicles across three US cities with positive results as they learn to drive by themselves.

N17-10-08-DominoPizzaAustralia
4 October 2017

A small Sydney technology company will face off against fast food giant Domino’s Pizza Enterprises in the Federal Court next month in what has been dubbed the intellectual property case of the decade.

N17-10-08-GNSS-jamming-article
4 October 2017

The vulnerability of GNSS to various forms of malicious interference have been widely discussed in recent years, and have considered a wide range of both real and potential attacks.

N17-10-08-StarChasePolice-GPS
2 October 2017

Australia is constantly reviewing its police pursuit policies, particularly following tragedies such as the Bourke St mall event that resulted in the deaths of six bystanders and the injuring of dozens more in Melbourne in January 2017. GPS technology may offer a unique solution.

N17-10-01-NZ-rocket-lab-launch-complex
29 September 2017

New Zealand Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce on Wednesday 27 September opened New Zealand's first orbital launch site, Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1, on the Mahia Peninsula on the North Island's east coast.

N17-10-01-CarNav-etak-popsci-1965
27 September 2017

In-car navigation before GPS satellites — that’s just one of the legacies of Stan Honey, who discussed his life and career during his keynote speech at the ION GNSS+ 2017, held Sept. 26-29 in Portland, Oregon.

N17-10-01-AustraliaSpaceAgency-space
26 September 2017

The federal government has announced that it will establish a new national agency to grow Australia's domestic space industry.

N17-10-01-ASA-telescope
26 September 2017

On Monday 25 September Australia woke to learn that it would be getting its own national space agency.

N17-10-01-Australia-NovaSAR
26 September 2017

Australia – for the first time - will soon have the power to task an Earth imaging satellite in orbit. We’ll be able to collect imagery where we need it, and downlink the data directly into Australian ground stations.

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