EXCLUSIVE: Supporting the Philippines’ Industry 4.0 Journey Towards Inclusive Growth and Economic Progress
DOST-PCIEERD’s Executive Director underscored economic development as the foremost expected outcome of all that they do, hoping that the technologies they support will sell and will create more jobs for the Filipinos.
Also discussed were ways to enhance connectivity between the two countries including in the areas of physical and digital connectivity as well as areas for cooperation in space tech, human resource development, capacity building, information technology.
SEDA hopes the trial will stimulate the growth of Malaysia’s solar PV rooftop market and accelerate the deployment of more distributed energy resources, such as battery storage, in the country.
The 10-year strategy will guide and propel technological reform and transform the delivery of health services across WA, putting people at the heart of everything they do.
FASTRAC is a “researcher/technology-focus” program established to bridge the gap between R&D and commercialisation of DOST-PCIEERD-funded technologies.
The technology will give prawn farmers near real-time understanding of key water quality parameters such as dissolved oxygen and pH levels.