Public Sector and ICT leaders convene virtually to discuss tech and innovation in the new normal at the biggest virtual edition of the Philippine OpenGov Leadership Forum 2021.
EXCLUSIVE: Sean Audain, City Innovation Lead at Wellington City Council on enhancing use of technology in smart cities amid COVID-19
Sean Audain, City Innovation Lead at Wellington City Council shares the different ways his government addressed the COVID-19 pandemic using technologies.
Ho Chi Minh City has received approval from the government to operate electric buses on five regular public routes for a two-year trial period.
The event was supported by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research, and Innovation and was aimed at increasing skills for personnel in the industrial sector to accommodate the changes of technologies that will arise in the future.
Hydrogen could be a good alternative because of its capability of producing lower emissions and less pollution and the countries look forward to collaborations to develop this technology.
A high-speed fibre-optic network will be installed in the centre’s foundations to enable the council to provide smart signage, free Wi-Fi hotspots, real-time transport information, movement sensors and smart lighting.