EXCLUSIVE – Making Singapore cool again: A conversation with Professor Gerhard Schmitt
Lead Principal Investigator Professor Gerhard Schmitt shared with OpenGov his insights on how to combat UHI in Singapore and the role of Cooling Singapore in this effort.
Dubai Police proposes tech-based “Police without Policemen” project
Dubai Police is using technology to achieve the highest levels of security and safety without the need for the presence of policemen 24/7.
China planning to create national standards for blockchain technology
China is participating in relevant international standardisation
activities, such as ISO’s TC 307 committee. This initiative from MIIT seeks to
develop national standards to support the development of the technology in
Canberra launches new Defence-certified highly-secure IT lifecycle centre
The Centre is the largest IT lifecycle service centre in Australia, allowing it to deliver to the needs of large and security-sensitive organisations.
CAAS to explore the application of AI in air traffic management
The collaboration will explore the application of AI in control tower operations to further enhance efficiency and maintain high safety standards.
BIS report considers implications of central bank digital currencies
The report looks into the implications of a wholesale central
bank digital currency (CBDC), for use in financial markets, and a general
purpose CBDC, for use by the general public, for payments, monetary policy and
Asia-Pacific leaders gather in Perth to discuss global spectrum and satellite regulations
More than 350 delegates from over 25 countries across the Asia-Pacific will discuss regional views on the issue of global spectrum and satellite regulations.