The firm will open its first and largest innovation lab in the ASEAN region located at its Bangkok 2 Data Centre. The set of the centre will help further Thailand 4.0’s goal of developing a digital economy.
The company will use a system developed by its partner which serves as a viable alternative to backup diesel generators currently deployed in sites not connected to the grid.
A grant will allow quicker processing of Great Barrier Reef drone data by using cloud computing services, saving weeks or perhaps months in data crunching time.
The Desa Digital or Digital Village initiative aims to remove the digital divide so that villages, and not only cities, will also have access to the internet.
India’s government has been working to launch new blockchain-based projects. In 2018 it developed IndiaChain for supply chain management, land records, and education certificates, among others. More recently, it launched a blockchain application for coffee growers to connect directly with their customers, reducing intermediaries and increasing farmer income.
The ‘techstyle’ robotics and apparel company aims to become a zero-waste operation. It is developing a 3D weaving machine that would completely eliminate fabric waste.
This transformation has completely altered the business landscape and has moved traditional financial institutions to adapt and innovate.
The scheme supports not-for-profit organisations to acquire advanced Chinese screen readers, Braille displays and accessories for the visually impaired.
Through a Massive Open Online Course, interested parties across the globe will have an opportunity to launch their own iOS app.