LIDAR data can provide accurate, high-resolution elevations of low-lying areas, it is a highly valuable data set for flood risk analysis, relevant to urban planning, coastal engineering works and natural hazard insurance industry.
The manufacturing research, utilising smart robotics and the Internet of Things, will create benefits that will change industries not just for Australia but also globally.
At the sidelines of the recent UN General Assembly, both countries discussed the gap between the government and the private sector when it comes to using technology for the community.
The government has been investing significantly in its world-class universities and research institutions. This includes budgeting US$1.3 billion to develop two research clusters at HKSTP, one focused on artificial intelligence and robotics.
As more tech firms across the world look to diversify into ASEAN, Malaysian entrepreneurs have the opportunity now to tap into China’s market with the support of the respective governments.
Traffic Watch is an electronic application that the public can use to report incidents of poor driving behaviour using their computer, tablet or mobile phone.
In an effort to boost adoption of Electric Vehicles, the government is planning to make at least one charging station available in every city and one charging station at every 25 Km on both sides of highways.
The Government Emergency Communications System is the DICT’s project aimed at providing emergency communications system in disaster-stricken areas.