Monthly Archives: March 2014
Building infrastructure to extend the practical research capability of the Defence Information Group.
Large and complex Distributed Real-time and Embedded (DRE) systems can be deployed and executed using both bare-metal and virtualised machine approaches. When a targeting a bare-metal deployment, the number of machines is usually limited due to the cost and availability of a large bank of servers. One solution to this problem is to use low […]
Over the summer, Cathlyn Aston and Matt Hart worked with the DIG group to explore how we could use the Leap Motion and a pre-release next generation Kinect to control the AR.Drones that we have within the group. This was a fantastic project – with a great result that you can see below! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9VKcUL0CYs
Shannon Fehlmanm has joined the DIG group to complete his Masters of Sciences (Defence) research project looking at agile software engineering and productisation in DSTO. This project proposes an exploration of the contemporary evolution of software engineering practice, by way of a retrospective study at the Australian Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO). The exploration […]