A trial of 200 cameras will be rolled out to police in Epping and Ballarat in April this year. Body worn cameras will support better and more efficient justice outcomes.
The updated version enables commuters to check train arrival
time before they arrive at the station, get an indication of how long they will
have to wait to board a train upon arrival through a train frequency indicator,
or even check for bus service information for any bus stop in Singapore.
As part of the efforts to enhance social security benefits, especially against the backdrop of aging population in Japan, Tokyo’s Kita City is partnering Fujitsu to conduct a trial to evaluate application of artificial intelligence (AI) to the municipality’s mission critical systems in nursing care insurance processing.
The ITM will focus on four strategies: 1) supporting
technology and innovation; 2) promoting ‘best sourcing’ of services, with Government taking the lead; 3) aligning regulations with ITM objectives to improve standards; and 4) improving skills to enable career progression.
The objective is to evaluate and test-bed suitable
technologies that can improve the efficiency of both NEA and industry
operations related to cleaning and waste management and support local SMEs and
startups in developing competitive technologies for application in the
Environmental Services sector.
Under the new Guidelines, individuals and micro-enterprises
who hold e-payment accounts can expect financial institutions to provide timely
notifications of all e-payment transactions. Financial institutions will be
expected to set clear resolution processes for unauthorised or erroneous
Alibaba’s City Brain was deployed in Hangzhou, China in
2016, reducing traffic congestion and enabling faster response to illegal
parking and traffic accidents. Malaysia is the first country outside of China
to adopt the City Brain.
These trials are aligned with the Dubai Autonomous Transport Strategy which aims to convert 25% of mobility journeys in Dubai to autonomous transportation by 2030.
The test site off the coast of Zhuhai will be jointly funded
by the Zhuhai city government, the China Classification Society, Wuhan
University of Technology, and Oceanalpha, an unmanned vessel company based in Zhuhai.
The panelists at the book launch of ‘Living Digital 2040: Future of Work, Education, and Healthcare’ were asked to talk about the most important changes technology would bring in their domain of work.