University of South Australia collaborates on a joint laboratory to advance laser and sensor technologies
The new collaboration in lasers and sensors
research will integrate top-class Chinese and Australian scientific and
technological resources, boosting capacity for significant technological
breakthroughs within the next five years. The joint laboratory aims to develop
novel and internationally competitive lasers and sensor products and to open
the door for both Australian and Chinese businesses to collaborate and
a part of the Make in India initiative, numerous state-of-the-art technologies
have been adopted and deployed in the Indian railways system. Official figures
indicate that 2017-2018 has had the best safety record in 50 years.
Singapore’s MHA and IMDA collaborate to bring tech to small-medium security agencies helping them go digital. The initiative will receive
roughly S$9.54 million in funds over the next few years. The programme aims to support technology and innovation in the industry.
Singapore’s DSTA will partner with Rolls-Royce to maximise the benefits of new and innovative digital technologies for defence to boost Singapore’s Air Force’s operational efficiency.
Glamming It Up: Singapore’s Kampong Glam launches 5 new digital initiatives to help the neighbourhood glide into the digital age
Glam, in collaboration with IMDA, Enterprise Singapore and the SMCCI, launches
five initiatives that seek to help traditional business owners move seamlessly
into the digital era and grow their businesses, enabling them to stay
competitive in the digital economy.
Department of Information and Communications Technology signs MoU to monitor performance of telco companies in the Philippines
Project Bass,a non-profit project, provides a free mobile app that measures bandwidth through crowdsourcing data from the app users. Regardless of time and location, any app user can submit gathered data to Project BASS for consolidation which will be published on the DICT website via a widget to be developed by the Department.
Artificial intelligence (AI) was first
taught in Thailand at government universities more than 30 years ago but the AI
industry only took off in the early 2010s in Thailand. Backed by the Ministry
of Information and Communication Technology AI is set to bring Thailand on par
with the world.