The bike-sharing platform utilises technologies such as the Tracking Device & Digital Indonesia Map and the Internet of Things (IoT). Each of the bikes can be tracked thereby allowing the users to leave the bike anywhere within the operational area of the platform.
The research is part of the newly created Australia-wide Quantum Technologies Research Network, set up under the Next Generation Technologies Fund. This Fund has been established under the Defence Science and Technology Group, whose mission is to apply science and technology to safeguard Australia.
The conference concentrated strictly on technology, economics, innovation and blockchain applications, steering clear of the flashy marketing and promotional pitches that are often associated with blockchain events.
The scheme will provide direct employment to around 60,000 people for about a year in pre-commissioning activities and the construction phase. And around 18,000 people for about 25 years in the operation and maintenance period.
Setting up of the Philippine Space Agency will contribute to the country’s economy in a combination of the upstream and downstream market.
Getting a computer to do what the brain can, such as learning and remembering things and recognising them before the person can, will change the way people live.
A number of new initiatives have been announced by the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL) to mark the first anniversary of its Future Law Innovation Programme (FLIP). This follows SMU – Alibaba series professional continuing education programme. Accelerator for Legal Tech Start-Ups The Future Law Innovation Programme will launch Asia’s first accelerator to promote and encourage […]