In 2016, the Australian Government announced a satellite industry investment of $50 million.
That money has not been spent and the Government has announced plans to introduce a new tax on the construction and operation of satellite industries.
What is a satellite?
A satellite is an unmanned aerial vehicle that is operated by a satellite company.
They are usually launched by a launch vehicle or a drone.
The company can also be owned by the government.
It can be owned either by the satellite company or by a commercial or government organisation.
A satellite company can make a contract with the government for the use of the satellite.
A government satellite can also make a satellite contract with another company.
A company that owns a satellite can either be directly contracted by the Government to deliver a satellite or they can be directly owned by a Government agency.
What happens if a satellite is destroyed?
The satellite’s destruction can cause significant loss of revenue to the Government and a loss of Government services.
A Government agency is the only agency that owns the satellite, so if it is destroyed, the satellite operator must be compensated.
Where can I find out more?
The Department of Industry, Science and Technology can be contacted on 0800 652 3333.