National University Singapore & ST Engineering Collaborate on $9m research programme for smart city solutions
The collaboration combines NUS’ expertise in the science of cities with ST Engineering’s industry knowledge to co-create people-centric Smart City solutions.
As more venues reopen over the next few months, the public must remain vigilant and safeguard itself from COVID-19.
The app will make it quicker for guests to check-in at venues and help businesses stay safe against potential COVID-19 outbreaks.
The two-year programme will run in two cohorts, each involving training, matching with tech ventures and opportunities to co-create suitable business solutions.
The Philippines was recognised by the European Centre for Digital Competitiveness for its programs to promote a digital ecosystem and culture and encourage start-ups and tech businesses.
While smart devices offer enhanced functionality, they also increase potential exposure to cyber security risks.
The repurposed STEM centre will offer new learning areas – a MAKER space for digital printing and laser cutting, a digital room and a refurbished workshop to support student learning.
By carrying out digitalisation, companies can manage their work processes and human resources and remain productive
The digital hub provides access to information communication technology courses and offers facilities and digital training for workers.
On this successful demonstration, India enters into the elite hypersonic realm paving the way for advanced hypersonic vehicles.