The Australian Space Awards showcases the best and brightest in Australia’s space industry. This year the University of Sydney has been named Academic Institution of the Year at the 2020 Australian Space Awards. “The award recognises the achievements of space engineering teaching and research at the University of Sydney since 2001,” said event organiser, SpaceConnect.
Vote now for the CROSS Star Tracker project in the Student Innovation Challenge. CROSS is a star tracker project led by CUAVA project students in the School of Aerospace, Mechanical, and Mechatronic Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology at the University of Sydney, in collaboration with the ARC Training Centre for CubeSats, UAVs & their Applications (CUAVA). The project is led by Joshua Critchley-Marrows, under the supervision of CUAVA CIs, Dr. Xiaofeng…
Saber Astronautics is starting a new program to open source software to connect satellites to mission control centres. Called the Open Source Space Operations project, or “OSSO”, the aim is to make it easier for new space companies to rapidly deploy their missions.
Saber Astronautics, partners in the ARC Training Centre CUAVA, have been awarded a $6 Million grant by the Department of Industry, Science, Innovation, and Resources in conjunction with the Australian Space Agency for the development of Australia’s Mission Control Centre. This project received grant funding from the Australian Government’s Space Infrastructure Fund.
GIS dashboard linking COVID-19 reports with socio-economic disadvantage across NSW developed by CUAVA researchers
After a rigorous judging process, 128 finalists have been named across 22 categories for this year’s Australian Space Awards.