DST data fusion expert awarded Public Service Medal


By Jonathan Nally
Tuesday, 28 January, 2020


DST data fusion expert awarded Public Service Medal

Defence Science and Technology’s (DST) Chief of Cyber and Electronic Warfare Division, Dr Dale Lambert, has been awarded a Public Service Medal for his work in the use of artificial intelligence in surveillance and reconnaissance, command and control, intelligence and autonomous platforms.

One of his many accomplishments was the design and implementation of an AI system for Sweden’s air defence that was later on-sold to other nations.

This is not the only time Dr Lambert’s work has been recognised. In 2015, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers presented him with the IEEE Harry Rowe Mimno Award “for excellence in technical communication”.

Dr Lambert holds several degrees in computer science, philosophy, mathematics, AI and management.

He has also been a postgraduate supervisor for The University of Adelaide, The University of South Australia, The Centre for Sensor, Signal and Information Processing, Chalmers University and The University of Melbourne.

Image courtesy DST

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