To ensure public safety, both autonomous robots have passed the LTA’s safety assessment for the supervised use of autonomous vehicles on public paths.
The new Covid-19 breath test kit can accurately detect a protein antigen spike which is a key indicator in identifying the presence of the virus.
The multi-disciplinary approach draws on A*STAR’s wide-ranging expertise from biology and life sciences to robotics and automation and enables them to develop innovative solutions that address challenges in agritech.
An international collaboration of universities has developed an innovative, advanced AI application, called PathoFusion that can be used for the examination of routine tissue samples to identify indications of cancer.
The fully-articulated robotic arm is equipped with an image processing system that enables precise and intraoperative control, yet the instrument remains small and highly cost-efficient.
A local telecommunications service provider is the first company to introduce 5G pins on a social navigation app for users to locate 5G sites.
The city has set up an automated public service delivery system to provide eight level-3 administrative procedures. It is a part of the city’s plans to build smart, AI-based infrastructure.
The Investor Matching initiative will provide Malaysia-based start-ups and tech companies the opportunity to be matched with MDEC’s network of Venture Capitals.