Sydney Quantum Academy gets government go-ahead to establish city as a quantum computing hub
The NSW government has backed a proposal for a Sydney Quantum Academy (SQA), which will see researchers from four universities collaborate to advance quantum technologies and link them to industry. Various universities to collaborate in the Sydney Quantum Academy The AU$15.4 million Sydney Quantum Academy initiative will see the University of Sydney (USyd), University of […]
3D printed steel tools to reduce cost for aerospace and defence manufacturers
The costs of drills, milling cutters and other tooling equipment can run into the tens, if not hundreds, of millions of dollars. This project opens the way to making these high-performing tools cheaper and faster in Australia.
Thailand passes new cybersecurity law
An additional Cybersecurity Regulating Committee has been given permission to access computer data and networks, make copies of information, and seize computers or any devices.
Indonesia strengthens small and medium industries through programs
The Indonesian government seeks to create an innovation ecosystem as well as to provide fiscal incentives in order to grow the small and medium industries.
Singapore’s Ministry of Defence outlines plans for Next Generation Armed Forces
Mr Ng Eng Hen, Minister of Defence spoke about some of the upcoming plans for a new generation of Armed Forces for Singapore yesterday during the MINDEF’s Committee of Supply Debate 2019. He spoke of changes brought about by the advances in technology and how this would assist Singapore’s Armed Force and enhance operations. He also […]