Indian Government launches programme to support deep tech innovation and commercialisation in critical areas
Applicants showing capability, intent, and potential to commercialisse
technologies will be awarded grants up to Rs. 10 million (US$150,000).
Up to a total of 50 grants in fiscal year 2018-19 may be given out. The grant support will be supplemented by
mentoring, handholding, incubating and other support as neededat various stages
Airservices Australia will receive up to A$310,000 in funding from the Australian and New Zealand governments to fit SBAS technology into aircraft and testing it across regional Australia.
Inova had generated petabytes of genomic and patient data, and needed to provide a way to process that data into a single data infrastructure. It could take weeks and months to pull data together for researchers with its previous data warehouse.
Drones will inspect the Great Wall and collect high-resolution images for 3D modelling and analysis to identify cracks and other damages that need to be repaired.
China will create its own smart car standards, traffic rules
and laws and regulations on safety. The government is also looking into regulations
on accident-incurred liabilities. Design guidance will be provided for smart
cars and standards will be set for test grounds.