Thailand will highlight the progress made under the government’s 4.0 policy, particularly with the development of the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) and advances in the new S-curve industries.
Three digital initiatives were launched this week at an event – ‘Start Digital, Get Connected and Be Trusted’ to help encourage and assist SMEs to become digitalised, and to give these businesses digital support at any stage of their digitalisation journey.
A way to monitor and measure light particles along quantum circuits, without interfering with the operation, was developed by an international team of researchers. This gave birth to an innovative system of detectors along the quantum circuits.
UTHM keen on being involved in the development of the centre; besides producing human capital for the aviation industry, the university is also researching the production of a giant drone which will not just carry video recording equipment but human passengers as well.
New payday filing system requires employers to submit their employment information every time they pay their staff starting in April. Employers have the option to utilise available payroll software or the payday filing tool built by the Inland Revenue.
The signing of a strategic agreement to collaborate in the research and development of 5G technology, autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT) data exchange, and other technologies.
The Singapore Prinson Service has implemented making use of digital platforms like video-counselling and technology like the C4i and DIRECT to help rehabilitate prisoners.