The Industry 4.0 Demonstration Network will help more Kiwi manufacturers embrace new technology and innovate to remain globally competitive.
The Australian Government has committed to providing AU$ 100 million over the next four years to keep Australians safe online, a key priority.
Through innovative policies and programmes, Malaysia is making good progress in digitalising its economy and enabling the adoption of Industry 4.0 technology, while closing the digital gap.
: To support the government’s elder-care plans, Lingnan University has built a Gerontech-X Lab to display over 40 gerontech products catered to healthcare, dining, living and transport.
Malaysia’s scene for drone-related industries has seen an extensive growth throughout the years, hence MDEC aims to encourage industry players to participate in R&D activities by building the nation’s first Deregulated Drone Testing Zone in Cyberjaya.
The Technology in Legal Education for New Zealand project aims to equip future lawyers with the skills to handle the changes technology is creating in legal practice.
In the digital era where everyone lives in a highly connected and fast-moving world, it is becoming increasingly important to upskill secondary students in cybersecurity.
The geospatial application Gram Manchitra was launched at the National Panchayat Awards 2019.