Behavioural biometrics provides added security

Behavioural biometrics can track several tendencies or habits. A hacker is likely to behave differently than the targeted user, even when doing identical actions. These behaviours can be continuously monitored and verified without interrupting the user experience.

Malaysia to develop 30 new aerospace SMEs by 2020

MITI through its various governmental agencies will provide grants to assist the SMEs in the aerospace industry and help them develop the technology they need. Moreover, the Malaysia Aerospace Blueprint 2030 targeted an annual revenue of RMB55.2 billion by 2030 and the creation of more than 32,000 high-income jobs.

LaunchVic to boost Victorian medtech sector

This is a significant first step in national expansion that will deliver significant benefits not only to South Australia and Victoria, but will add impetus to medical technology research in Australia as a whole. It will create new ventures and employment opportunities for Victoria.

India improves government e-payment adoption

India is making progress in advancing government e-payments capabilities. It is one of the top-performing countries in terms of citizen-to-government (C2G), business-to-government (B2G) and government-to-business (G2B) transactions.

Innovation and tech to address Asia’s water challenges

Complementing the event is an exhibition of 48 international firms showcasing the latest water sector technologies and innovations, such as AI applied to real time river flow forecasting, drone technology for improved irrigation, solar powered pumps, and equipment that generates water from the air.