The more than AU$ 940,000 funding will assist FedUni TAFE to build a dedicated IT laboratory, complete with industry-leading equipment, to create a simulated network environment.
The common aim for all of these technologies is to help medical professionals do their jobs better, reducing bottle necks so that they can spend more one-on-one time with patients.
he ministry may consider using pyrolysis plasma for Malaysia after the technology clears the criteria and gets approval from the Environment Department.
The smart schoolbag comes with built-in hardware and software that works to ensure it is packed correctly for each day’s timetable, including lunch and sports gear.
The company has invested in tech such as facial recognition systems, QR code readers and radio frequency identification tags to replace its human workforce. The firm will also be installing multiple payment systems so that the store can also be cashless.
The data collected by the lampposts will be released to the public as open data via data.gov.hk for development of innovative applications.
The Smart India Hackathon was a non-stop five-day event where participating teams built prototypes to give solutions to problem statements provided by several ministries and companies.
National Council of Social Services (NCSS) is set to channel S$20 million towards the social service sector to help social service agencies address the manpower crunch by adopting technological solutions.
The autonomous vehicles will showcase the future of urban transportation by running services between the athletes’ village, aquatic centre and athletics stadium in New Clark City.
Funds will be channelled towards developing smart manufacturing technologies to ensure that Singapore remains competitive in manufacturing and technology innovation.