Having its own autonomous vehicle is expected to give students and academics at the University of Melbourne the opportunity to focus
their research projects on real-life transport solutions to improve safety,
sustainability and reduce congestion.
The strategy is expected to contribute to saving AED11
billion (USD 3 billion) spent annually on document transactions and documents, 77 million hours
of work, reduce government documents by 389 million, and save 1.6 billion
kilometres spent driving.
Cerner’s Enterprise Data Hub allows data to be brought together from an almost unlimited number of sources, and that data can be used to build a far more complete picture of any patient, condition or trend.
The 2015 Cyber
Security Strategy and Action Plan is going to be refreshed in close
collaboration with the private sector and citizens. The refresh will be led by
the National Cyber Policy Office (NCPO) within the Department of Prime Minister
and Cabinet (DPMC) and involve a wide range of government agencies.
MDEC launches programme to provide structured approach to digital transformation for Malaysian companies
Participants of the DTAP will work closely with MDEC’s
Digital Transformation Labs partners who are global experts, and will provide
consultancy and expertise in development and execution of digital
The platform allows users to overlay the hundreds of data
sets available, on issues such as climate change, poverty, state instability,
urban infrastructure etc. and explore their interconnectedness, so that
they more effectively understand the causes and find solutions.
Innovative digital solutions from college students recognised at Philippine Startup Challenge finals
The Philippine Startup Challenge is a national startup
competition which aims to encourage the youth to create innovative solutions to
real life problems. This year’s winners included an anti-shortchanging app, a
portable RFID-based attendance management system and an online investment
pooling platform for MSMEs.
New and specific legislation will be needed to keep up with the current situation as well as the future development of UAS operations.
The EDH was used to combine network topology (GIS) data with terabytes of DSL performance (time series) and electrical line test data to grade the quality of every line in the network. This helped indicate if slow speed was a network issue or a customer issue. Using this network analysis, the probability of a successful outcome of an engineer dispatch could be predicted, reducing wasted in-person engineer visits.
in the speed, different in the breadth and depth, and it’s not really about
industry only. It’s much broader.”- Prof Ian Goldin on how the fourth industrial
revolution is different from the previous three.