Skilled human resources are needed to be able to utilise innovation and technology, which are key to bringing the industry at par in the national and global levels.
SharkSpotter uses image processing techniques, state-of-the-art sensors and software, and applies deep learning neural networks for object detection and classification.
The Electronic Catch Documentation and Traceability (e-CDT) system will document key information on fisheries products to enable traceability from harvest until destination.
The company is exploring running a 5G testbed for the healthcare and manufacturing fields to capitalise on the Thailand 4.0 initiative.
Through this collaboration, SME Corp Malaysia and the tech firm jointly developed the SME AI programme to facilitate the faster rollout of ICT adoption in Malaysia.
The solutions include, one that used machine learning to determine behaviour patterns, one that employs cloud computing to enable health monitoring and one that is a robotic assistant.
The new professional development program will identify the necessary digital health capabilities needed to further improve the quality, safety and efficiency of care they deliver.
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