Both parties join hands to enhance cross-market support for start-ups, further promoting Hong Kong as an international innovation and technology hub.
PolyU will collaborate with CR Micro to jointly develop an intelligent sprayable nano-engineered sensor system for monitoring the structural health of large wind turbine blades and its management system. And the collaboration with the other CR arm is to develop frontier technology and products in life sciences and precision medicine, covering both fundamental and clinical research on precision medicine.
The business value-add of blockchain is expected to grow to around A$ 176 billion by 2025. Australia’s presence and leadership in the blockchain economy would only increase through the continued strengthening of pro-blockchain policies.
Seeking to address the information gap between field operations and monitoring, the company has come up with QuartoConnect – their approach to extending the digitisation of plantations to include work at the field level as well, not just at the main office.
Digital transformation seems to be outpacing investment in cybersecurity and as a result, a range of resilience levels was found. Hopefully, this report will help them lift the cybersecurity dialogue within their organisations.