The new touchscreen material can be bended, twisted and can be made far more cheaply and efficiently than the way touchscreens are currently manufactured.
Free access to the map data will be given to the public so that it can be used for planning and reconstruction of areas damaged by the Taal volcano eruption.
The RAFT technique enables the creation of ‘living’ and ‘self-repairing’ plastics, which could be a potential game-changer for product design and recycling.
The aim of the event was to share knowledge and inform attendees of the updates and new technology trends related to cybersecurity. Experts delved into various threats types and ways to prevent them.
This initiative supports Malaysia’s SPV2030 by supporting the growth of SMEs and micro-businesses. It also aligned with SPV2030’s aspiration to create 30 percent high-tech Malaysian companies.
The Lab is looking for a solution to replace traditional surveillance cameras for people-counting and behavior-monitoring. The tech is required to ensure the privacy of those under surveillance.
The smart camera trial will build a detailed picture of activity on the city’s waterways network, which will help improve planning, network management and safety.
Malaysian Technology Development Corporation Promote Digital Economy Platform to Enhance Business and International Trade
With the initiative, MTDC and WLC aim to use this platform MDDEAS® with the world’s largest technology firms to digitally connect businesses in Malaysia with their global trade partners and bolster enhanced efficiency and security of trade.