Airports of today are complex, multi-functional travel hubs offering a wide range of services; they have become key drivers of social and economic progress the world over.
Businesses within Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines appeal for a common platform and harmonisation policy, which will make them more efficient.
The Symposium aimed to create awareness of new design approaches to tech-style and highlighting the industry’s needs to work collaboratively across disciplines as technology and consumer demands evolve.
The aim is to collaborate with experts to empower the Thai digital economy. Particularly with regards to using the digital ID to succeed, pushing the system to prove and verify that it is convenient, safe, easy to use, and fast.
The Academy will be funded by Exchange Fund with a budget of HK$80 million for the first year. Top executives from the city to be actively involved in the academy’s development programme.
As its digital talent demand is expected to grow 15% annually, it is critical that Malaysia prepares a strong talent pipeline to harness the socio-economic opportunities that come with digitalisation and smart technologies.
The Digital India programme has effectively utilised digital technologies to transform the lives of people while ensuring the digital inclusion of all segments in the country.
The coding boot camp is a part-time, 24-week program that gives participants the knowledge and skills to build dynamic end-to-end web applications and become a full stack web developer.
The Space Regulatory and Sustainability Platform will be used to track objects launched from New Zealand to ensure compliance with permit conditions.