Universitas Gadjah Mada develops virtual reality game to educate Indonesian children about disaster mitigation
Gadjah Mada students develop disaster mitigation solutionto enhance community preparedness
for disasters. The interactive educational game allows players to virtually
experience situations during a disaster and ways to cope with each scenario.
Soft Power 30 Global Report names Singapore the world’s best performer for enterprise for the third consecutive year
Singapore places 21st among 30 countries in terms of soft power in the annual ranking report. It continues to top Enterprise sub-index and is widely considered Asian financial hub of choice due business conditions, laws and innovation-fostering environment.
NTU Singapore partners the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission to develop innovative e-waste recycling technologies
With e-waste rapidly becoming the world’s fastest-growing trash stream, efficient solutions in recycling and recovery are critical. The collaboration’s four research thrusts will explore less energy-intensive and less toxic methods than currently exist. The pair will also collaborate with Singapore’s National Environment Agency (NEA) to set up the Singapore CEA Alliance for Research in Circular Economy (SCARCE).
of Communications and Informatics aims to better access of mobile networks in
Seruyan and simultaneously accelerate development in the region. The limited
access to telecommunications networks have restricted people from commercially benefiting
from the abundant natural resources.
AlipayHK Smart Payment Popularity Index evaluates
the popularity of smart payments in Hong Kong from the perspectives of both
retailers and consumers. While credit cards remain the most popular, other
smart payment methods are gaining market share.
Interconnection has never been so easy and convenient as it is now and is
only posed to get easier. New technology, digital systems and adoption of IoT
has had a huge impact in lives, relationships, work and business across the
globe. While this has opened up new horizons and avenues for growth and
development, it also creates serious cybersecurity threats and risks for businesses and individuals.
The collaborative effort aims to develop deep-water
lakes in Tasmania as sonar testing facility for submarine and ships. The development
will bring industry, government and education institutes create stronger R & D relationships to drive
Australia’s hydrodynamic testing facilities and establish Australia globally in