The centre will employ students from a variety of backgrounds and talents to focus on developing products, applications and services in key growth areas.
TCCA Young Engineer of the Year Angelene Koid is set to attend what's claimed to be the world's largest conference for women engineers.
NTT Domoco, Omron and Nokia are set to trial 5G in factories to help meet increasing wireless communication demands and boost productivity in manufacturing.
A new laser and optical communications lab, installed by ANU, is set to develop technologies that can help send secure, high-bandwidth data to and from space.
A mobile phone jamming trial is underway in Goulburn's High Risk Management Correctional Centre 2, in the hopes of disabling contraband mobile phones.
Fleet Space Technologies is set to expand its global constellation of nanosatellites, delivering IoT connectivity to remote industries, after raising $10m.
Vertel has appointed Tony Hudson as its new commercial director to lead the company's sales, marketing and customer experience teams.
Digital radio infrastructure provider DAMM has named Stuart Will as its new Regional Sales Director, starting September 2019.
The DST is set to commercialise its technology under a new agreement with SA start-up FrazerLab, to help bring in the next generation of high-frequency radar.
Bittium is set to provide its Tough SDR radios and Tactical Wireless IP Network to the Estonian Defence Forces after winning a purchase order for the technology.
The future of PSMB, IoT, 5G and other communications technologies will be on show at Australia's premier communications event, 26–28 November.
Japan's SoftBank is taking to the skies with new technology that aims to improve connectivity and positioning services.
The program for Comms Connect Melbourne 2019 has been released, with full details of all speaker sessions, panel discussions, workshops and social events.
The already strong cooperation between the Republic of Korea's Safe-Net Forum and TCCA has been formalised with a memorandum of understanding.
Samsung Electronics and SK Telecom have successfully demonstrated that 5G can be used to improve spectators' motor racing experiences.