The UNSW Creative Robotics Lab and the Fuji Xerox Research Technology Group (RTG) have developed a social robot to promote workplace creativity and collaboration.
The share of vacancies
for IT-related jobs continued to grow, in areas such as software, web &
multimedia developers, systems analysts and computer technicians.
The drone estate will provide companies and research
institutions with an urban environment for test-bedding innovative Unmanned
Aircraft System technologies. Airbus, ST Aerospace and NTU’s Air Traffic
Management Research Institute have already joined as pioneer users of the
One-North drone estate.
These measures could include biometric identification,
real-time video conferencing, and secure digital signature using Public Key
Infrastructure (PKI)-based credentials. MAS will also allow the use of Singapore
Government’s MyInfo service.
IATA and CAAS are joining hands in establishing a Global Safety Predictive Analytics Research Centre (SPARC) in Singapore.
This CAAS-Thales collaboration aims to develop new concepts of operations and new generation of technologies for air traffic management (ATM). It will support the development of the next generation of ATM operations that will be nimble, scalable and adaptable.
This CAAS-ST Aerospace partnership aims to build Singapore’s capabilities and expertise to enable advanced UAS applications.
Australian Government introduces legislation to enable sharing of facial images for identity matching
The identity matching services in the Identity-matching
Services Bill 2018 include: Face Identification Service (FIS), FRAUS (Facial
Recognition Analysis Utility Service), FVS (Face Verification Service), IDSS (Identity
Data Sharing Service) and OPOLS (One Person One Licence Service).