Automation and robotics is one of the five industries, constituting the new S-curve, targeted by the government as part of its Thailand 4.0 strategy.
“Even if we get 90% of city agencies to adopt something, it’s better than nothing.”
A high-level delegation from DEWA reviewed a technology to produce solar energy from panels that are installed on existing roads.
MOM Singapore introducing new Work Pass card with QR code and mobile app to check updated pass status
Scanning the QR code printed on the new card with the app provides a more reliable and convenient way to check the most updated status and verify variable information.
A*STAR, NUS sign MOU with three global pharmaceutical companies to establish Pharma Innovation Programme Singapore
Later this week, A*STAR’s Tech Access initiative will be launched, providing access to A*STAR’s advanced manufacturing equipment/facilities, such as robotised 3D scanners.
Australian Department of Human Services launches new look website for easier access to Centrelink, Medicare and Child Support services
The changes constitute one element of the government’s service delivery transformation, which also includes the billion-dollar WPIT programme and an upgraded myGov site.
EXCLUSIVE – The role of technology in dealing with unprecedented volumes and increasing complexity of traffic across borders
“It’s a search for a needle in an exponentially growing haystack, where we do not know what the actual needle looks like.”
The new Office will work with government, industry and community partners to identify and test-bed potentially game-changing concepts and care models.
Police use facial recognition technology to detect wanted criminals during beer festival in Chinese city of Qingdao
Facial recognition is being adopted at a rapid pace for a range of applications in China, from public safety to airlines check-in and payments.
Medication will be delivered from the inpatient pharmacy to clinical areas via Automated Guided Vehicles.