QinetiQ Australia, working collaboratively with RMIT and Defence Science and Technology Group (DST), is to deliver research on advanced composite joint technology for the Department of Defence. The research will enhance the integration of composites onto Defence platforms.
In 2019, QinetiQ will raise funds for Legacy with a group of QinetiQ trekkers walking the Kokoda Trail in Papua New Guinea later this year. But they won’t be alone – the other 380 people employed by QinetiQ Australia will also have the opportunity to contribute to this goal; by tracking their daily steps, fundraising and competing in tournaments to try and match the gruelling kilometres that their colleagues will achieve.
QinetiQ's strategic investment into Inzpire Group Limited is now complete and is set to deliver a revolution in warfighting capability and operational readiness. This investment complements QinetiQ’s global capabilities, and offers significant capability to Australia’s Defence Force.
Today, QinetiQ Australia (QinetiQ) has been granted the Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) citation by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA), being commended for recognising gender equality as a business imperative.
Through QinetiQ’s employee-led Corporate and Social Responsibility (CSR) committee, funds were raised in support of Integra Service Dogs Australia (ISDA) to match an assistance dog with one of our nation’s ex-serving Defence personnel.
Global science and technology company, QinetiQ, is assisting the Australian War Memorial to revitalise and restore the country’s most significant aviation assets, including the Hudson Mark IV Bomber currently on display at Canberra Airport.
Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, has joined forces with QinetiQ on a ground breaking project that aims to let submarines stay submerged longer while using less power and providing better conditions for sailors. All thanks to an advanced crystal technology called MOFs.