Researchers from Singapore and Japan Turn Wi-Fi Signals into Electricity
The research shows that using Wi-Fi signals to power devices could very well be possible so long as they are within a 100m range of the waves.
India to Launch Mobile Tech Platform for UN Peacekeepers
In August, India will launch the mobile tech platform, ‘UNITE AWARE’ to helps increase situational awareness and provide terrain-related information to United Nation military personnel.
Chula Uni Develops Smart Light Bulbs to Aid Elderly
The smart light bulbs were developed by Chulalongkorn researchers to reduce accidents for the elderly and those with low vision.
The Philippines’ DepEd Reveals Tech-Based Plans
The education department ensures continuous learning by utilising DepEd TV, DepEd Radio, DepEd Commons, DepEd Management System and DepEd Mobile App amid the pandemic.
UniSA Develops Train Software App to Boost Efficiency and Safety
Energymiser, uses information about the train, route and schedule to calculate efficient driving strategies and advise drivers when to accelerate and brake to ensure they arrive on time with minimum energy use.
Indonesia Set to Build a New EV Battery Plant
The country is keen to tap its large reserves of the essential electric vehicle battery component to build a domestic electric vehicle (EV) battery industry.
India Partners with Turkish Fintech to Boost Contactless Payments
Millions of merchants in India now can convert their near field communication-enabled smartphones into a POS machine to accept contactless payments through RuPay SoftPOS.
Tech Empowers New Zealand’s Cultural Agency
Bringing together multiple, interconnected systems is the goal for Te Māngai Pāho, a Māori agency charged with promoting Māori language and culture.