Interactive media will change the game for NZ’s digital economy
Interactive media covers game development, digital story-telling, augmented reality, simulations, education technology, and health applications, among others.
Transforming science education with digitalisation
Bioscience students need to have access to digital tools because of the increasing global digitalisation in the healthcare, biomedical and bioscience industry sectors.
A*STAR’s advancements in medical technology
Drug treatments have been discovered for inhibiting cancer and eye-disease causing abnormal blood vessel growth.
Smart tech could help HK ease congestion
Cruising drivers looking for parking spaces add to Hong Kong’s traffic problem; robots and smart apps could help drivers get their vehicles off the streets more quickly and ease congestion.
Malaysia’s first flying car almost completed
The development of the flying car is the new government’s initiative to promote the use of hi-tech among the private sector to boost productivity. The car can be the agricultural and aerospace sectors among others.
New design office launched in Hong Kong
In enabling more overseas companies to establish spaces in HK, the Government is encouraging tech collaboration and the productisation of tech achievements, thereby facilitating the development of the GBA into an international I&T hub.
Maharashtra, India to adopt blockchain tech for governance
Maharashtra has already completed its first blockchain pilot in the fields of health, supply chains, documents, and secondary school certificates.
DTI pushes for Philippine manufacturing firms to be smarter
The Department of Trade and Industry is calling on all manufacturing firms to innovate and embrace digital transformation to be ahead of the curve and be competitive.
Transparency centre launched in Cyberjaya
The new centre will function as a briefing centre where guests will be able to learn more about the company’s engineering and data processing practices.
South Australia delivers fast, reliable internet to public schools
South Australia’s rollout of fast, reliable internet reached a milestone recently when it passed the 100,000 student mark with the connection of Norwood Primary School.