Malaysia and Turkey to boost tech trade
The countries aim to create a win-win situation from the production of technology to transfer of technology and know-how, creating jobs and moving towards self-reliance and sovereign development.
Smart app trial will help manage addiction recovery
The SMART Track app provides real-time feedback that will hopefully be helpful for people looking to manage their addictive behaviours.
Four innovative projects will help solve NZ’s agriculture issues
Broadband access to rural communities, carbon calculator for on-farm emissions, and an online platform for farmer-to-farmer rentals are among the projects selected from 50 applications.
India, China to work on R&D for new solar cell technology
The countries agreed to cooperate in the field of energy to develop new tech for manufacturing solar cells from alternate material.
Singapore Institute of Technology is to have a new smart campus
The new smart school campus is the first of its kind in South-east Asia and has, among other smart features, a multi-energy micro-grid network for providing power supply and a campus-wide smart sensor network.
New smart equipment boosts spinal cord injury rehab in South Australia
The HUR equipment uses air resistance and smart technology to enable patients to set up their exercises independently by scanning their personalised wrist band.
HK tech start-ups receive relief measures
HKSTP’s financial relief include a one-off, six-month special rental concession at 50% discount to existing tenants in Science Park, InnoCentre and Industrial Estates to support tech start-ups keep their innovation going.
Data Protection and STEM among 8 MOUs signed by the Philippines and Singapore
The meeting between President Duterte and President Yacob marked the 50th anniversary of diplomatic ties between the two countries and was memorialised by the signing of eight MoUs.