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Exploring The Transformative Potential of Technology-Led Innovation at the 2024 NT Innovation Symposium

  The 2024 NT Innovation Symposium, held on the 30th May at the Hilton Hotel Darwin, provided a platform for businesses and organisations to explore the transformative potential of technology-led innovation. Hosted by the ICT Industry…

Northern Territory Defence Week 2024

NT Defence Week 2024: Reflecting on Northern Territory's Contribution to the Defence Industry The recent ADM Northern Australia Defence Summit convened to address the strategic position of Northern Australia within…

Championing Excellence: 2024 NT Export Awards Launch

Darwin's business community, along with emerging exporters and government officials, gathered at Darwin Innovation Hub on April 19 to launch the 2024 Chief Minister's NT Export Awards. Jointly hosted by the Northern…

$20m NT venture capital fund launched

A $20 million venture capital fund has been set up by the Northern Territory government and the Paspalis Corporation to support local innovation. The territory government is committing $10 million to the fund through its Local Jobs Fund,…
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Winners announced at the 2023 Chief Minister’s NT Export Awards

The achievements of the Territory’s top exporters have been recognised at the 30th Chief Ministers’ NT Export Awards held at Parliament House on 13th October 2023. The Northern Territory is a significant contributor to Australia’s national…
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Bridging Innovation and Defence in the Asia Pacific: SPEE3D’s 3D Printers to Transform Japan’s Military Operations

Japan Ground Self-Defence Force (JGSDF) invests in WarpSPEE3D and XSPEE3D Printers to Support Local Defence Capabilities and Further Academia Training. SPEE3D are pleased to announce that they have partnered with the JGSDF to introduce their…
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SPEE3D Successfully Participates in Annual US Marines Corps Integrated Training Exercise 4-23

SPEE3D participated in a military event to print on-demand parts in the field to support critical defense operations. They successful participated in the Marine Corps Annual Integrated Training Exercise (ITX) 4-23. The event was a live-fire…
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SPEE3D partners with the University of Applied Sciences Hamburg to boost 3D printing opportunities for students in Europe

SPEE3D has announced a partnership with the University of Applied Sciences Hamburg (HAW) in Germany to introduce a non-fusion-based novel technology of additive manufacturing in their education. SPEE3D says that HAW Hamburg is the first European…
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The snowball effect: NT fund grows success for 3D metal printing firm

After securing a significant investment from the Northern Territory’s Paspalis Innovation Investment Fund, things started to “snowball” for advanced manufacturing tech firm SPEE3D. In May 2019, the Paspalis fund – the first venture…
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Minister Ed Husic Visits PIIF Investee Companies In Darwin

On 27th April 2023, Minister Ed Husic together with Paspalis CEO, Harley Paroulakis and Luke Gosling MP went on a site visit to Paspalis Innovation Investment Fund investee companies in Darwin. The visit was a great showcase of the companies…
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Amphibian Aerospace Industries to use SPEE3D’s 3D metal printing technology

In partnership with advanced technology manufacturer SPEE3D, Nupress will evaluate and supply applications to the Amphibious Aircraft Industries project with a production service that grants local manufacturers access to the WarpSPEE3D metal…
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SPEE3D’s SPACE3D Program Successfully Trials AM Rocket Engine in First Hot Fire Test

First laboratory prototype rocket engine withstands stationary hot fire test SPEE3D shared an exciting update regarding their SPACE3D Project! SPACE3D is a project that focuses upon using cold spray AM and Advanced Manufacturing methods…