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In Evidence

September 2022

Breaking News, Government Policy, Technology-based innovation across Australia.

www.innovationaus.com

‘Autonomy revolution’ goes underwater and to the moon

Advanced Navigation shares its latest milestones including the first AI-based inertial navigation system,  the first AI sonar system, and the release of Hydrus, a revolution in underwater robotics.

5 October 2022

Inside Engineering, Policy and Practice

insideunmannedsystems.com

Advanced Navigation: A two-decade quest to revolutionize inertial navigation

Xavier Orr talks to us about the origins of developing alternatives to the Kalman filter. His intuition over 20 years ago is now the keystone of the Advanced Navigation mission – “Drive the autonomy revolution with AI-powered systems”.

12 September 2022

August 2022

Space Connect podcast serves as the source to connect ideas, research and innovation with opportunities for space industry.

www.spaceconnectonline.com.a

Podcast: How Advanced Navigation lets spacecraft move safely

Xavier Orr chats with podcast host Adam Thorn on its latest innovations when it comes to navigating the lunar surface.

5 October 2022

Create engineering ideas into reality

createdigital.org.au

How Hydrus is transforming the world of underwater drone technology

Advanced Navigation Mechanical Engineer Nikki Staltari chats about how adapting to an underwater environment required a significant change in her thinking.

5 October 2022

July 2022

Latest news and headlines from Australia and the world.

www.9news.com.au

Advanced Navigation is set to be the first Australian company to deploy technology to the Moon

Speaking with 9News, Advanced Navigation co-founder and CEO Xavier Orr and Intuitive Machines CTO Dr. Tim Crain detailed the mission. By Mark Santomartino.

23 July 2022

Breaking News, Government Policy, Technology-based innovation across Australia.

www.innovationaus.com

Advanced Navigation targets 2024 to become the first Australian firm on the moon

AI robotics company Advanced Navigation is vying to be the first Australian company to reach the moon onboard NASA’s Artemis mission by 2024. By Brandon How.

13 July 2022

June 2022

Diving deep into the global ocean economy. Host: David Hirschman. Business journalist and media entrepreneur.

blueeconomypodcast.com

Miniature undersea autonomous vessels, with Advanced Navigation

Peter Baker, subsea product manager, with Australia-based Advanced Navigation, called in from Sydney to talk about Hydrus. Presented by Rhode Island: the ocean state. Host: David Hirschman.

1 June 2022

May 2022

The Australian Financial Review reports the latest news from business, finance, investment and politics, updated in real time.

www.afr.com

Advanced Navigation acquires ANU tech spin-out Vai Photonics

Artificial intelligence robotics company Advanced Navigation is set to acquire ANU spin-out Vai Photonics, which is in talks with NASA to use its navigation technology on the next moon landing, in a deal worth up to $40 million.

April 2022

The Australian Financial Review reports the latest news from business, finance, investment and politics, updated in real time.

www.afr.com

Turnbull’s AI robotics bet taps investors for blockbuster raising

The company is tapping investors this month to raise between $80 million and $135 million and is expected to have no trouble getting the raise away. By Yolanda Redrup, Sarah Thompson, Kanika Sood and Anthony Macdonald.

19 April 2022

Latest news and headlines from Australia and the world.

www.9news.com.au

Australian company looks to revolutionise ocean exploration

We used to see drones in the sky, but now they are underwater. A group of Australian engineers is designing the devices to study and protect the nation’s reefs and more. By Mark Santomartino.

16 April 2022

Latest Australian News Headlines and World News.

www.theaustralian.com.au

Australia’s Advanced Navigation launches Hydrus underwater drone

Meet Hydrus, an Australian-developed small fully autonomous underwater drone that combs oceans at up to 3000 metres below the surface. By Chris Griffith.

1 April 2022