PolyU Associate Professor at the Dept. of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics and his team have been conducting research for the past three years to characterise and analyse a section of the Moon’s surface to determine if it was fit for landing.
The two data centres in Indonesia will offer stronger disaster recovery capabilities as well as a host of products and services that include elastic computing, database services, networking, security and middleware.
Womaniya on GeM will spur hyper-local economic opportunities for women entrepreneurs and address the goals and objectives under the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.
Since the digital driving license will carry blood type, allergies and location, it could prove extremely useful in case of emergencies.
New laws are being instated in order to fully allow entrepreneurs and new businesses alternative fundraising avenues. MOF sees digital assets (including its underlying blockchain technologies) as having the potential to bring about innovation in both old and new industries, and hence must be regulated.
Providing online courses to the country’s revenue collectors and administrators is a considered cheaper than classroom type lessons. These courses will sharpen their competitiveness, heighten commitment to their profession and raise their ethical standards
PolyU and CAST jointly developed the Camera Pointing System (CPS) which was deployed to capture images of the Moon in addition to facilitating movement of the lunar rover. The CPS was delicately manufactured in PolyU’s Industrial Centre.
Ongoing advances in autonomous maritime vehicles or ‘robo-boats’ will be important in real-world emergencies, enabling search-and-rescue missions in all conditions, especially when human-led efforts are thwarted by dangerous or risky scenarios.
“Singapore is on this journey to promote a smart nation and NLB feels we can play a part to support it. We want to make technology something very easy for people to feel and touch but not in an intimidating way.”