Singapore’s ITE launches new Building Technologies and Solutions Centre to nurture technical workforce
This first-of-its-kind collaboration aims to develop
technical workforce for the future in the areas of building technology and facilities management.
NUS will increase its intake of students in computing-related
courses from 732 to 900. SUTD is making subjects such as Data Analytics,
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning an integral part of the
undergraduate programme for all their students through five new minor
In the pilot phase, the MOL (Families) app will feature the
applicable services by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF), the
Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA), the Early Childhood Development
Agency (ECDA), and the Health Promotion Board (HPB).
On Mar 1, the Singapore Semiconductor Industry Association (SSIA) launched Singapore’s first Complex Equipment Consortium (CEC) to enhance collaborations and develop technical capabilities to build the electronics and semiconductor industry.
Updates to the National Digital System were provided yesterday including the planned launch of a SingPass Mobile app providing an enhanced
two-factor authentication method and extending the use of the Government’s
MyInfo profile to 160 government to citizen services by the end of 2018 from
the current 70.
These technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI) and big data have spurred the birth of many new industries that operate across industries, sectors and geographical areas.
The fusion-based location sensing technology – a software suite which fuses Wi-Fi with other signals on mobile platforms – is the first of its kind deployed in Hong Kong.
A five-year research and development agreement was signed between the Defence Science and Technology Group and CEA Technologies to develop new solutions for Defence’s future requirements in radar, communications, and electronic warfare.