University of Canterbury father and son scientists develop 3D coloured medical scanner for NZ patients
provides greater detail of the body’s chemical components, which can influence diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Technology, adapted from CERN, allows the machine to capture images no other imaging tool can. A
world-first clinical trial will commence on orthopaedic and rheumatology
patients from Christchurch in the next few months.
One SIT team clinched
the award in the ‘Best Smart Care Technology – Product’ this year for their
innovative Smart Walker for Gait Rehabilitation with Local Positioning System.
The second entry made it to the top five finalists for the same category with New Arm, a device for post-stroke patients to regain upper limb mobility.
Government has been looking to transform the Thai educational system to improve
its quality and make it more accessible. The focus has been specifically on children in the rural
areas of Thailand. Utilising Educational Technology (EdTech) is one of they
ways they are hoping to achieve this.
The Indian automotive
industry needs to start implementing more environmentally-friendly technologies
like lithium-ion batteries and electric and hybrid engines to reduce the
environmental impact of the automotive industry.
MPA renews its MoU with PoR, aiming to continue the exchange ideas and further R&D into enhancing the ports of the world through technology and digitisation.
Ministry of Women and Child Development take measures to reduce and deal with the cybercrimes against women in India
The Ministry of Women and Child Development should organise more awareness programmes in schools and universities in order to educate the youth about the consequences of misusing digital data and the existing and newly evolving types of cybercrimes that target women.
Ministry of Communications and Informatics highlights significance of cybersecurity in the utilisation of ICT in Indonesia
Ministry of Communications and Informatics feel optimal
utilisation of ICT can be achieved by addressing cybersecurity. Aside from
having CIIP, the country also has agencies that regulate the digital sector. Since
not everyone is connected to the internet, the government aims to increase connectivity through a series of programs.
Estimating yield early in the season is
particularly important to help winemakers plan logistics including allocation
of resources. Big data and machine learning are used to predict seasonal yield
faster by plugging historic data into their machine learning models, with an
accuracy of around 80 – 90%.