While the country is geographically isolated, this offers no protection in the cyber world.
LAMESA combines technology with capacity building in terms of knowledge and infrastructure to best address such probable disaster, particularly in educational institutions.
Other projects underway at the IOFC include a wearable, IoT-based airborne particulate matter monitoring system.
The hub is being developed to include a regional technical cloud centre focused on delivering industry 4.0 solutions to enable more companies to adopt innovative and customised applications.
5G will serve as a critical infrastructure for Malaysia as the country works to enact wide-scale deployment of the tech.
The New Delhi Municipal Council’s portal will be divided into sub-sections, with each specifying the projects implemented successfully and the responses received from the public, such as smart parking, smart classes, smart meters, smart bikes, taxi stands, e-vehicle charging stations, and e-scooters.
The R&D Experience Grants provides companies with the opportunity to boost their research and development capacity and gain access to fresh talent and ideas.
The key to advancing South Australia’s cyber industry and capabilities is building a trained and skilled workforce.
Monetary Authority of Singapore and Asia-Pacific Future Financial Research Institute promote FinTech Innovation
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the Asia-Pacific Future Financial Research Institute (AFF) signed a FinTech Co-operation Agreement yesterday to promote academic exchanges, information sharing and research co-operation on FinTech. It aims to encourage greater collaboration between business communities, academia and think tanks from Singapore and China. The agreement was signed before the FinTech […]