Most investments in the EEC are in petrochemical, auto, agriculture, biotech, robotics and aviation – industries that require workers with high expertise and adaptability. Hence, the government must prepare manpower to meet these requirements in line with the Thailand 4.0 strategy.
Residents are to be assisted in the areas of employment, employability and upskilling to enable them to better transition into a digital workforce.
Mr S Iswaran announces initiatives aimed at honing the digital skills of citizens to create a more digitally inclusive society.
Turkey has extended its cooperation to the nation in a number of fields. The opportunity to meet Turkish captains of industry has opened new doors for Malaysia to boost investment.
The High-Tech Valley will cover 383 acres of land, and the modalities concerning the purchasing of the land have been completed. The layout plan has also been approved.
Embracing disruptive technologies will enhance the global capability and competitiveness of South Australia’s wine and wine tourism industries.
Electric vehicles will address the need for alternative sources of fuel and efficient technologies amidst the rising price of petroleum products.
The Indian government recently piloted an AI-powered tool for crop cutting and yield estimation under the Prime Minister’s Crop Insurance Scheme (Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yoajana). The scheme aims to cut down the cost of farming while increasing productivity. It will also help farmers get better prices for their crops. This cutting-edge technology can be […]
There are 33 and 32 technology areas under the first and third categories respectively this year. The areas are relevant to the needs of the industry and will enhance economic development in the Greater Pearl River Delta region.
Fibre-optic sensor and LED technology will improve the monitoring of blood flow through the aorta during dangerous intensive care and surgical procedures.