News Archive: International connections and engagement
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South Australia is establishing the nation’s first dedicated centre to grow the local space economy and create future high-tech jobs.
French companies Navya and Dassault Systèmes will both set up shop in Adelaide following agreements reached in Paris this week.
A sister region agreement between South Australia and Brittany will forge a closer relationship between Australia and France’s leading naval defence regions.
Jobs in emerging industries will be the focus of South Australia’s biggest employment and careers exhibition: JOBEX.
International education is now the fourth largest export for South Australia valued at almost $1.13 billion last year; a 12% increase on last year.
South Australia and the Australian Capital Territory have come together to advocate for the establishment of an Australian Space Agency.
Life on Mars, outerspace settlements, solar sailing, space junk search and retrieval missions will all be on the agenda at the 68th International Astronautical Congress, which is now only 50 days away.
German-based military vehicle maker and builder Rheinmetall has acquired 49% of South Australian suspension maker SupaShock in a move that will create new export opportunities and high-tech defence manufacturing jobs.
The Aerospace Futures conference kicked off in Adelaide today bringing hundreds of university graduates and young professionals together with leaders of the nation’s space and defence industries.
The 2017-18 State Budget records a $239 million surplus in 2016-17 and commits to $859 million in operating surpluses across the forward estimates.