Alliance between Penguin Composites and DMTC

July 30 2018

Penguin Composites, has forged an alliance with Defense Materials Technology Centre (DMTC) to research the usability of hybrid composite materials in defense manufacturing. The partnership is likely to emphasize on improving platform-independent technologies that can be deployed across various supply chains including aerospace, land, space, and maritime sectors.

Speaking on the future prospects of the latest alliance, Australia’s Minister for Defense Industry, Christopher Pyne was quoted stating that the partnership aims to focus on developing new compounds with novel features which could reduce manufacturing expenses and enrich the performance of military vehicles.

Penguin Composites will join the current project allies of DMTC which includes research partners from RMIT, Deakin University, Swinburne University of Technology, and University of Queensland along with Imagine Intelligent Materials and Thales Australia.

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