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AISI adds maritime to its menu

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AISI, a CSIR effort to boost the South African aerospace industry, has widened its focus to include the maritime sector. The Aerospace Industry Support Initiative,...

Hensoldt SA launches new naval surveillance radar

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Hensoldt South Africa has announced a newly developed active electronically scanned array (AESA) surveillance radar for naval, land and air applications. The ‘Quadome’ is a...

CSIR EW simulation training tool to evaluate infrared missile threats

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South Africa’s premier research and development agency – the CSIR (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research) - with commercialisation and industrialisation at the forefront...

Defence and defence industry applications for CSIR surveillance system

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Surveillance and protection of assets, be they publicly or privately owned or managed, is ongoing with the brainpower of the Council for Scientific and...

The Past Week in Defence #47 (29 March – 4 April...

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As Africa’s leading defence news portal, defenceWeb aims to give you the latest updates on African defence, the South African National Defence Force and...

Hensoldt South Africa and CSIR partner on radar development

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Hensoldt South Africa and the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) have signed co-development and license agreements for the development of new-generation radar...

CSIR gears up to bring relevant science and technology conversations to...

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A South African born surgeon living in the United States of America – and one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the healthcare sector,...

CSIR marks 75 years of improving South African lives

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The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) reached a significant milestone as 5 October marked 75 years of existence. Establish in 1945, the CSIR...

CSIR produces anti-poaching guide

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Proof of the range of topics the CSIR (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research) invests brainpower, time and funds into comes with an anti-poaching...

SMMEs sought to support aeronautics, defence and space sectors

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The Aerospace Industry Support Initiative (AISI) is part of Minister Ebrahim Patel’s Department of Trade, Industry and Commerce (DTIC) and is looking at South...

CSIR data contributing to SA’s COVID-19 fight

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President Cyril Ramaphosa is confident Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) technology and data will enable South Africa to fight the Coronavirus (COVID-19). “As...

Bruiser 112 testing going smoothly

Bruisertech is making swift progress on the blast trials of its Bruiser 112 armoured personnel carrier (APC), with landmine and improvised explosive device (IED)...

Bruiser 112 making good progress with blast testing

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Bruisertech is making swift progress on the blast trials of its Bruiser 112 armoured personnel carrier (APC), with landmine and improvised explosive device (IED)...

CSIR’s Cmore tapped for COVID-19 situational awareness

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The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research’s (CSIR’s) Cmore situational awareness system is being customised to service the COVID-19 coronavirus response in South Africa. This...

Innovative add-on armour package for military vehicles

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Skills in disciplines including ballistics and detonics at the CSIR (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research) were utilised to develop a cost-effective protection solution...

DEST Conference 2019 prepares SANDF engineers, technologists and technicians for the...

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The Department of Defence Engineering, Science and Technology Conference (DESTC) this week explored the Department of Defence (DoD) preparing for the fourth industrial revolution...

Innovation and passion under the spotlight at Aeronautical Society Conference

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The theme of this year’s Aeronautical Society of South Africa Annual Conference was African Aerospace: Innovation and Passion and it examined local and international...

CSIR proposes study into robotic wingman for SAAF

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A robotic wingman, a type of unmanned aerial vehicle, could be well suited to South African Air Force (SAAF) requirements, says a senior a...

Paramount certifies Mbombe 4 after blast trials

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Paramount Group has received final certification for its Mbombe 4x4 armoured vehicle after undergoing blast testing that proved the integrity of its flat-floor mine-resistant...

Multiple projects lined up for world’s largest 3D printer at the...

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The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research’s (CSIR’s) 3D metal printer – the largest of its kind in the world - is being used...

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