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CORVO specialises in the development of complete autonomous systems. We understand that an autonomous system is about much more than just the platform. We develop solutions that provide high levels of capability while ensuring ease of operation. Our systems are rugged, reliable and dependable, and ensure that the entire workflow is seamless from data capture through processing and delivery to the end user.

SYPAQ Supporting Ukrainian Armed Forces | March 15, 2023

SYPAQ Systems is proud to be delivering sovereign Australian autonomous systems to support the Ukrainian Armed Forces thanks to investment from the Department of Defence. Following the announcement in July 2022 that Defence would be providing further funds to purchase much-needed defence technology and equipment for Ukraine, SYPAQ Systems has been able to manufacture its […]

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Family business SYPAQ are right at home in Fishermans Bend | August 19, 2021

Our Managing Director sat down with Hayley Ricketson from The Victorian Connection to talk about SYPAQ, family and Fishermans Bend… David Vicino speaks about family and work as if they’re one and the same – because for his family-owned business, they are. Speaking with David, the Managing Director of aerospace manufacturing company SYPAQ, it’s easy to […]

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SYPAQ Opens its Defence Autonomy Centre of Excellence | June 2, 2021

SYPAQ Systems is proud to announce the establishment of the SYPAQ Defence Autonomy Centre of Excellence at our new global headquarters located in Fishermans Bend, Victoria, Australia. The SYPAQ Defence Autonomy Centre of Excellence will continue to develop our innovative technologies and intellectual property related to autonomous systems, sensor systems, military systems integration, artificial intelligence and […]

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SYPAQ’s Head of Flight Operations Supports Disaster Relief Australia | April 21, 2021

On 1 February 2021, During a 5-day COVID lockdown of the Western Australian Metro area, a fast-moving bushfire started in Wooroloo, 45 kilometres north-east of Perth. By 2 February, the bushfire spread from where it began in the Shire of Mundaring to the Shires of Chittering, Northam, and the City of Swan. The fire destroyed […]

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