USM CDU Local Manufacturing

NT News Article: Darwin company Universal Site Monitoring in talks for local manufacturing hub at CDU

DARWIN’S Universal Site Monitoring (USM) is on the move. USM became a customer of the Darwin Innovation Hub's (DIH) Entrepreneurs Program in 2020, and since this time many doors have opened for the innovative company. DIH partner…

Hydrogen technology is a game changer and the NT is playing a critical part

The world is on a mission towards decarbonisation and looking towards Australia as the source of imports. New hydrogen technologies and our natural advantages have the potential to place the Northern Territory in a globally competitive position…
Territory Hydrogen Technology

Territory Hydrogen Technology Cluster

A network of regional hydrogen technology clusters has been unveiled in a drive to establish an Australia-wide hydrogen cluster.

Wrap up 2020

Whilst 2020 stopped the Nation and the world, it proved unstoppable for the Territory. Fortunately, the Territory managed to miss a lot of the negative effects of the pandemic, and everyone pulled…
Spee3D army field trial

Australian Army push engineering boundaries with their latest metal 3D printing field trial

Top End soldiers will deploy the WarpSPEE3D metal printer for the second time during a year-long trial between the Australian Army and Darwin based tech company, SPEE3D. Soldiers from the 1st Combat Service Support Battalion (1CSSB) will…
Spee3d Workshop

Local Jobs Fund Delivering More Jobs for Territorians

Territory-based SPEE3D is the latest local business to benefit from the Local Jobs Fund, with a $2.75 million investment by the Northern Territory Government. The concessional loan will help SPEE3D establish a Research and Development Headquarters…

3D printing company strikes gold with idea that copper can stop the spread of COVID-19

When COVID-19 hit, SPEE3D founders Byron Kennedy and Steve Camilleri tried to work out how they could prevent the spread of the virus, and decided to investigate if antimicrobial copper could be the key. According to Kennedy, copper has…
Opportunities to build skills for post-COVID-19 employment

Opportunities to build skills for post-COVID-19 employment

Charles Darwin University is encouraging people impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak to take advantage of the free opportunities available to them and emerge from isolation with a new skill-set. Dean of CDU’s Asia Pacific College of Business…


NT Hydrogen Workshop

Developing the NT Hydrogen Industry, Workshop with Engineers Australia and CDU

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  This interactive workshop Chaired by Keely Quinn, General Manager Engineers Australia will discuss the way forward for the Northern Territory Hydrogen Industry, the driving factors towards development, perceived issues, SME engagement,…
Northern Territory Hydrogen Cluster Launch

Northern Territory Hydrogen Cluster Launch

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  Earlier this year, National Energy Resources Australia (NERA) announced the establishment of multiple Hydrogen Technology Clusters around Australia. The Northern Territory Hydrogen Technology Cluster (THTC) is managed by the Darwin…