Science and Technology Research Institute (ASTRI)
remains committed to its mission of enhancing Hong Kong’s global
competitiveness with the power of technology, working as an important
facilitator of Hong Kong’s I&T development. The partnership with Cyberport
aims to provide a platform for innovation catalysts to connect with innovation
WA has already been involved in
the space industry for nearly 60 years.
It has been included in major projects such as the European Space
Agency’s ground station at New Norcia, a range of commercial space communications
stations, the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, and the International Centre for
Radio Astronomy Research. Currently, 74 international and Australian companies
that are operating in space and space-related services have a presence in WA.
the world’s food needs grow, the agriculture industry needs transformation to
match the demand. Thailand, one of the world’s biggest agricultural exporters, is
under the global spotlight. Experts, economists and businesses are watching to
see how Thailand transforms its agricultural landscape to meet this need.
NParks unveiled a digitalisation master-plan that will leverage new technologies to improve the quality of care provided to Singapore’s
greenery. The master-plan includes tech like GPS trackers, sensors, cameras, 3D models, a Smart irrigation system, and more. NParks’ master-plan will
consolidate its technology and research in database that will information on park planning and facilities data, tree information, biodiversity data, vegetation maps and satellite maps.
EVRoam a live database collated by the NZ Transport Agency from
real-time data will be fed directly from all safe and monitored public charge
points. This initiative aims to give people practical tools to
confidently drive an electric car all over the country and be assured access to power to manage the distance.Drivers are informed the about active charging stations nearby.
having had a large digital divide in the past, is now looking to promote
equality when it comes to digital access. The Thai government has partnered up
with Google in a bid to reduce the digital divide that exists in Thailand.
In order to reduce
the need for physical documents, students who have cleared the second Pre-University
(PU) examination will be able to digitally access their report cards using
their Unique Identification numbers through a DigiLocker.
Hong Kong’s PolyU and Shenzhen University jointly establish The Greater Bay Area International Institute for Innovation
and SZU partner to establish GBA Innovation Hub to foster new and
ground-breaking technologies and innovations to help contribute to Hong Kong’s
mission of developing the Greater Bay Area. Leveraging the resources of both
universities, and in collaboration with renowned institutions and enterprises
worldwide, the Institute will provide a solid platform for nurturing innovative
Hong Kong’s ASTRI partners with HKSTP and Molecular Hub to organise Blockchain Accelerator Programme for start-ups
The programme, the first-of-its-kind in
Hong Kong, will focus on Blockchain technology development and Smart City
solutions. It will offer start-ups guidance on how to commercialise their ideas and provide vital support on what they need to do so.
in which intellectual property rights are owned by firms or start-ups organised
in India will get preference in all public procurement. The aim is to increase
income and employment in the country.