Deakin University has designed an interactive touchscreen, digitised service records and video projections to deliver a new way of commemorating wartime contributions of 8000 men and women from the Warrnambool district.
Thailand’s Internet economy in 2018 is estimated at US$12 billion. It is the second largest in SEA with a 22 per cent growth rate per year and is expected to be worth US$43 billion in 2025. Thailand’s Internet economy currently contributed 2.7 per cent of national gross domestic product (GDP), lower than China and the US’ 6.5 per cent in 2016, which means there is huge opportunity to accelerate growth.
Learning to manage data efficiently and rolling out solutions to intelligently process and manage all the information coming from all sides are key pillars to digital transformation.
The Queensland Audit Office assess how well Queensland Health has planned and is delivering its digital hospitals program. The audit also assesses whether the intended information-sharing and patient benefits have been realised.
The group projects that the average annual growth for E&E segment will be around 9.6 per cent between 2018 and 2022. Growth will be supported by the electronics segment which the research forecasts at 13 per cent between 2018 and 2022.
Surveillance technology allows a primary carer to look into and check on her elderly mother who lives independently 300 kilometres away. The algorithm may detect and send an alert should a patient look like they are deteriorating and may fall or they actually do have a fall.
The objective of this hackathon is to promote awareness and subsequently develop solutions that deliver the twin benefit of efficient computing to address the infrastructure challenges, while also not compromising on privacy of data for training AI algorithms.
QuintessenceLabs, a quantum-enhanced cybersecurity technology company based in Canberra Australia, wins the UK’s Department for International Trade’s Tech Rocketship Awards. The Awards helps tech companies outside the UK scale their business.
870 reports were received by the organisation in the July to September quarter. It shows that reports of unauthorised access, both for business and personal email accounts, increased by 28%. It is through getting the basics right that Kiwis will be able to stay safe online.
India’s third-largest information technology company will be acquiring seven of the US tech firm’s businesses that are focused on markets, such as e-commerce and human resources, as per a statement by the American IT firm recently.