Sparking the next phase

Skyborne Technologies is excited to announce that we're one of the recipients for the Advance Queensland Ignite Funding!

This grant will allow us to improve the Cerberus GL, our tactical UAV, for the Defence industry with the ability to provide platoon level support. The Cerberus is a ground-breaking tri-tilt-rotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicle. It has unmatched hover capability because it can tilt its body up and down at any angle, enabling larger and more complex payloads (such as cameras and delivery systems) to be pointed without requiring a complex camera gimbal. 

The team at Skyborne has been working tirelessly on the Cerberus and all of their efforts will go towards bringing the next level of hardware innovation in the aerospace sector to businesses requiring these solutions now. Thank you to all of our supporters and for sharing our vision of start-up businesses innovating great technology with partners all over the world.

Hats off to a great team, and here's to even bigger achievements in the coming months. 

 

Read more

http://statements.qld.gov.au/Statement/2017/3/29/business-growth-potential-ignited-by-palaszczuk-government-advance-queensland-funding

http://advance.qld.gov.au/entrepreneurs-startups/ignite-ideas/round-two-recipients.aspx

Advance Queensland Ignite Ideas funding will provide a diverse range of innovative regional businesses the opportunity to break into new local, national and international markets, and create new jobs.

Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy Leeanne Enoch said 80 innovative businesses across the State would share almost $11 million from the second Ignite Ideas funding round. This is on top of the $5.65 million allocated to round one recipients across Queensland.

Advance Queensland is a $405 million whole-of-government initiative that aims to turn ideas into actions by investing in research and technologies, attracting new investment, building global partnerships and encouraging businesses to start and grow in Queensland.
— Media Statement - Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy and Minister for Small Business The Honourable Leeanne Enoch