The Wireless Industrial Sensor Environment Program aims to boost productivity and cost efficiencies by leading best practices for data management and widespread deployment of wireless sensor tech.
The government of the Indian state has published guidelines for the procurement of tech equipment in schools and educational offices.
The summit will focus on five main topics- smart banking, smart cities, smart production, smart energy, and the digital economy.
India jumped four positions due to positive results in talent, training, and education as well as the enhancement of technological infrastructure.
Police will attach quick response (QR) codes to each of the new driving licence cards, so owners can scan them and make the e-licences themselves on their smartphones.
Hong Kong’s chip design capabilities are expected to be in high demand as the GBA continues to develop its smart infrastructure and as Hong Kong positions itself as an I&T hub.
The move towards the electric manufacturing aligns with the National Policy on IR4.0; investment into more smart manufacturing will help position Malaysia as a primary destination for smart manufacturing globally and attract more high-tech investments.
The Free Wi-Fi for All Program will rollout thirty-five Internet hotspots with 400 Mbps bandwidth around the City of San Juan.
The HIITCopter ‘exergame’ combines virtual reality (VR), a heart rate monitor, and a rowing machine that allows users to keep their heart rate at 70% to 90% of their maximum.
The Centre will focus on living tissue replacements to restore the functions of damaged tissues and organs in the treatment of bone and joint disorders.