Industry collaboration


MOG Laboratories Pty Ltd (MOGLabs) is a SME located in Melbourne, Australia that designs, develops, and manufactures electronics and lasers for basic and applied research, particularly in quantum science. Customers include Harvard, MIT, Sandia National Labs, Army Research Labs, Air Force Research Labs, Georgia Tech Research Institute, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the Fraunhofer institute, the Max-Planck Institute, CNRS, Shanghai Institute of Optics, and many others in Europe, USA, China and SE Asia.

InPAC is collaborating with MOGLabs to develop novel external cavity laser sources that are interfaced with photonic integrated circuits (PICs) that offer more stable and compact designs that can be assembled and aligned in a shorter time. The picture shows Ms Sonya Palmer in the labs of MOGLabs assembling a tuneable laser system.

Advanced Navigation

Advanced Navigation is a SME located in Sydney, Australia that specialises in the development and manufacturing of navigation technologies and robotics. The company focuses on generating products of the highest quality standard, both in terms of hardware and software. Advanced Navigation has specialised expertise across a broad range of fields including sensors, GNSS, inertial navigation, RF technologies, acoustics, robotics, AI and algorithms.

InPAC is collaborating with Advanced Navigation to develop the next generation of navigational sensors that are more compact, robust and energy efficient. Such sensors will play key roles in future navigational needs of autonomous driving cars, drones and defence vehicles.


Sensor system

Australian collaboration to deliver world-leading gyroscope technology

Collaborating with navigation system manufacturer Advanced Navigation, The Australian National University (ANU) and commercial partner Corridor Insights, we will design and manufacture the world’s most precise, compact and cost-effective gyroscope, in an $8.7 million project.

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