The event examines current and future workforce trends thereby helping Auckland businesses and the people to become future ready in the face of technological disruption, changing skills needs and new ways of working.
The Indonesia Pavilion at the Techsauce Global Summit 2019 introduced the Indonesian digital start-ups to the global arena attended by hundreds across 40 countries.
The hackathon was organised with the aim of stimulating innovation in IoT to support the mangrove ecosystem and create cases to accelerate cellular IoT adoption by universities and industries.
Malaysia will work to ensure environmental sustainability which is pollution-free and resistant to the threats of climate change; technology and innovation will help this goal significantly.
The government is working toward cutting 30% of average meeting time and using 100% of e-documents (apart from confidential ones) at governmental meetings by the end of 2019.
The government held a workshop to start a national discussion on the future of the legal system in the context of the fourth industrial revolution, which has had a strong impact on Vietnam’s socio-economic development.
The project is a new collaboration that involves the Australia’s Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO), Australian universities and the NSW Government.
The Information and Communications Technology Cluster Meeting of the Brunei Darussalam-Indonesia-Malaysia-Philippines East ASEAN Growth Area will focus on the ICT projects identified in the BIMP-EAGA Vision 2025.
Experts and leaders see great synergy for Singapore and Zhejiang to partner each other as both strive towards a sustainable urban future and better quality of living.