Thai Border control gets hi-tech boost from Canada-funded initiative

The portal aims to assist training in detecting fraudulent travel documents, people smuggling and transnational crime. The training covered detection of fraudulent travel documents, cyber-security, information management, inter-agency cooperation and victim identification and assistance.

3D printing of microscale structures unveiled

This technology was developed to address the need to rapidly produce microscale structures in an efficient, convenient and cost-effective way. This is a game changer where high-resolution, size, weight and durability really matter.

Electric vehicles: the new tech focus of NAP 2019 in Malaysia

The Deputy International Trade and Industry Minister stated that his ministry together with some key companies in the automotive sector is currently reviewing the policy, which was first introduced in 2006 to transform the domestic automotive industry.

Indonesia encourages MSMEs to sell online

The contribution of e-commerce to Indonesia’s economy is remarkable and the Government has set a target of US$ 130 billion worth of e-commerce transactions for 2019. To achieve this, as much as 8 million MSMEs are being encouraged to sell their products and services online.

HKUST and ICRC discuss tech in humanitarian work

The dialogue also touched upon how Asian youth can impact the international humanitarian arena. To further deepen everyone’s understanding of international humanitarian work, HKUST also staged a three-day exhibition on the campus to showcase innovations deployed or developed by ICRC for people who work in harsh and rough environments.

Data Privacy in the Travel and Tourism sector

Data privacy compliance is a must for all organisations that collect and process personal data. A definitive outcome of compliance to the provisions of the Data Privacy Act of 2012 is ensuring the stable growth of the country’s tourism.