NUS launches autonomous shuttle service within its campus
This innovation in self-driving car technology is in line with NUS’s goal to build a smart, safe and sustainable campus.
New Zealand joins international talks on cyber and online threats
The talks will focus on cyber and online threats, emerging technologies, border protection and asylum issues, countering foreign interference, and countering online child sexual exploitation and abuse.
UAV to boost Indonesia’s disaster recovery capability
The unmanned aerial vehicle is equipped with features that include light detection and ranging (LIDAR), advanced positioning and thermal camera.
Thai gov introducing autonomous vehicles and tech to driving ed
These moves are aimed at better using modern technologies to upgrade the quality of Thai driving schools. Concurrently, the Thai and Japanese governments are working to demonstrate autonomous agricultural equipment.
Enhanced face recognition tech effective in adverse environments
The enhanced facial recognition algorithm produced results of its effectivity in trying environments, which will be beneficial for stand-off surveillance.
Hong Kong’s Open API framework: one year on
The Framework will help contribute to Hong Kong’s development as a smart city and, in conjunction with other Smart Banking initiatives the HKMA has announced, further strengthen the city’s status as an international financial centre and fintech hub in the region.
HKU tech start-ups receive massive support
While TSSSU@HKU will provide monetary support to the HKU technology start-up companies, the iDendron Incubation Programme will boost early-stage start-ups through intensive mentor engagement, build investor relations and maximize exposure.
Malaysian tech firms ink partnership
Malaysia aims to expand its companies and boost their interest in foreign markets as Cambodia plans to improve its ICT ecosystem to keep up with its robust gross domestic product growth.
Kerala to set up India’s first space tech park
The space park will leverage the opportunities provided by Space 2.0 and generate high-tech job opportunities.
Explore Singapore’s hawker culture on Google maps
In an attempt to get on UNESCO’s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, Singapore is working with Google Map’s virtual navigation to make locating and visiting its renowned hawkers centres easier for tourists.