The Department of Trade and Industry discussed possible e-vehicle industry opportunities with South Korean business executives.
The Litter Trackers project will see scientists, schools and community working together to deploy 100 GPS-tracked bottles in 20 locations across Melbourne’s catchments.
The warning system will apply deep learning on data obtained from multiple stereoscopic sources, including remote sensing satellites.
The collaboration aims to facilitate the experts from the two universities to innovate dyeing and finishing technologies for fabrics so as to address the health and environmental concerns around man-made fibres.
Among the technologies featured are virtual reality applications for phobia therapies, wearables and electronic medical record systems.
The Fluid Watchers app has a customisable avatar that guides and quizzes the user as they progress through the app and build their game score.
The OpenGov Recognition of Excellence (RoE) Awards 2019 recognised and celebrated a total of 14 government agencies, academic institutions and organisations that are working to support Malaysia’s digital transformation efforts and its strive towards excellence in ICT strategies, policies and initiatives.
Mr Heng Swee Keat, Finance Minister spoke yesterday at Stewardship Asia Roundtable 2019 with the theme “Business Future (Re)discovering Stewardship”. He spoke on global trends such as the rapid emergence and convergence of new technologies and the growing economic and strategic weight of Asia. He said that these trends have implications on how to steward […]