Our team is always looking for sponsors to help us achieve our goals. We provide a range of promotional opportunities; from company logos featured on our websites, promotional material, and competition rockets, through to the naming rights of test vehicles.
Working with our team gives sponsors the opportunity to get to know us and it allows students to work with a range of industry partners. Sponsorship of ANU Rocketry is a contribution to the growing talent of our students.
We are passionate about forging and maintaining meaningful partnerships and sponsorships. If you are interested in partnering and sponsoring our team, please contact us.
We look to not only develop partners within the Aerospace and Defence industry, but from within the wider education and community support industries. Such partners further enable future leaders, engineers, scientists, and other professionals to develop skills and experience within our areas of expertise.
InSpace coordinates space-related activity and supports superior research performance across the ANU. We match world-class researchers with astronomers and fund their work to create unique space research missions built on innovation and collaboration. Our work ultimately supports the ten priority areas of the Australian space industry: Positioning, navigation and timing, Earth observation, Communications technologies and services, Situation awareness and debris monitoring, Leapfrog R&D, Robotics and automation, Access to space, Defence, Home Affairs and Science.
Northrop Grumman solves the toughest problems in space, aeronautics, defense and cyberspace to meet the ever evolving needs of our customers worldwide. Our 90,000 employees are Defining Possible every day using science, technology and engineering to create and deliver advanced systems, products and services.
The RSAA is located at the Mount Stromlo Observatory (MSO), a 20-minute drive from the main Acton campus of ANU near the centre of Canberra, Australia’s capital city. We also operate Australia’s largest optical observatory, which is located near the town of Coonabarabran in the western plains of New South Wales, and hosts telescopes of research groups from around the world as well as those of RSAA and other Australian institutions.
In most industries today, there is a relentless pursuit of lower cost, more reliable and safer products and faster development times, in the face of intense global competition. Consequently, your margin for error is shrinking, and the cost of being wrong can be disastrous, especially in today’s intense global competition. Playing safe is no longer an option. Over designing products is too expensive. A shrinking margin of error has begun to cast doubt on some often employed engineering assumptions, particularly uncoupling of physical phenomena during simulations.
Founded by two brothers in Gold Coast, Queensland, GILMOUR SPACE is a venture-backed Australian launch services company developing new capabilities for launching satellites to space. Since starting its rocket program in 2015, Gilmour Space has become the leading provider of Australian-made launch vehicles and satellite platforms, aimed at lowering the cost of accessing space.
For over 60 years, GME has been an industry leader in the RF communication technology space. GME remains a family-owned private company, and is proudly 100% Australian. We are the only Australian manufacturer of UHF CB Radios and Emergency Beacon products, holding significant market share in these segments through an ongoing focus on innovation and technology leadership. We pride ourselves on engineering and manufacturing high quality, market-leading products to suit the specific requirements of our customers