The Military Communications and Information Systems Conference is one of Australia’s key conferences for discussing solutions to defence problems, bringing together key representatives from the military, government, industry and universities. CDIT will be presenting two papers at this conference, discussing our work on System Execution Modelling and how we obtain early performance information for software […]
The DIG group is looking for a software developer to assist with a project working with Defence on Human-Machine Interface (HMI) design. If you have an interest in HMI, human factors, software architecture or performance modelling then this position may be of interest to you. Our HMI project is exploring how we can support rapid […]
Nicole Gurgacz from DSTO will be visiting the DIG group to continue our collaborative work in system execution modelling. Nicole will be spending a few days a week with us for the next month or so, learning how the system execution modelling environment works, and setting up a copy of the experimental infrastructure to be […]
DIG is exploring the use of different middleware within DRE systems, including the use of different implementations of the OMG Data Distribution Service (DDS) within defence DRE environments. Our work in System Execution Modelling looks at how we can better understand the potential performance of DRE systems from the application modelling stage, and involves executing […]
Amir Kanan has joined the DIG group as a new Masters by Research student. Amir Kanan will be undertaking research within the areas of Software Architecture and Component Selection.
If you are commencing your Honours or Masters project in Semester 2, you should read about the projects that we are offering at DIG. Linked to our industry work, all of our projects involve learning about current industry standard tools, such as middleware, visualisation frameworks or programming languages, and an exciting range of hardware. The […]