Thailand ranked the highest in a survey conducted with 4 other ASEAN countries
on having the most number of enterprises that are exploring and implementing
IoT solutions in order to boost their productivity and innovation.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore announced that it will upgrade the Vessel Traffic Information System this year and set up a new maritime research Centre of Excellence in Maritime Safety.
The preparation of the recommendations will be overseen by an Expert Group on AI Recommendations, which is headed by the current Chairman of OECD Digital Economic Policy Committee Dr Min Won-Ki.
The new system accurately captures biometric information from a person’s fingers by means of a 3D image via motion detection.
Tree anchorage is critical to its structural stability. In this project, sensors are tailor-made and installed on the lower trunk of selected urban trees to monitor their tilting angle in a 3-dimensional manner, as a way of assessing the stability of the root and thus the tree.
The innovation call aims to seek and test-bed suitable technologies that can improve the efficiency of SAF operations related to store management and maintenance workshop operations, as well as supporting local SMEs or startups in developing competitive technologies.
The Foundation will create new mechanisms for funding and integrating different disciplines and their scientific applications, as well as building a smart evaluation system powered by AI and other modern technologies.
Two initiatives are the NASSOM (Guiyang) IT Industry Cluster District and the NIIT Big Data College.
Asian Development Bank supports innovation to bring drinking water to remote areas in the Philippines
The hydropanel is an off-grid, solar-powered technology which extracts water vapour from the air into a proprietary absorbent material. The fragmented geography of the Philippines adds extra barriers for reliance on traditional water infrastructure, yet ideal for this technology.