The University of South Australia secured two grants designed to boost South Australia’s defence industry capability as well as solve real challenges faced by the sector.
EDNA is a digital rehabilitation software that delivers therapy through a series of fun and challenging therapeutic games via a touchscreen device.
The network, through its sensors, will provide data that can help scientists, city planners and policymakers to understand, to predict and to prepare for the future.
The Securing Manufacturing Revitalization & Transformation (SMART) Program will help the manufacturing sector transition to the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
As the Fintech ecosystem in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao GBA continues to grow in prominence, the aim is to rally government and industry players to improve the cross-border and cross-sector financial and market knowledge of banking practitioners.
The dashboards present data on environment and weather, transport and traffic, public facilities and services and a city overview on interactive charts and maps.
Nectec plans to further develop technologies that are geared towards the bio-circular-green (BCG) economy, with 300 researchers at the agency dedicated to the task.
Building a healthy and safe cyberspace will protect social security and order, defend national sovereignty, and lay a foundation for sustainable development.