NUS and NTU Launch Singapore’s First Tropical Data Centre Testbed
The project aims to pioneer green and efficient cooling solutions for data centres located in the tropics to operate optimally.
Tech Key in Second Phase of Malaysia’s National Recovery Plan
MDEC is optimistic about the digital economy’s prospects as digital adoption will better equip Malaysian businesses to navigate in the new normal.
Indonesia a Step Closer to Developing 5G Network
In achieving the country’s economic growth, Indonesia’s leading digital telecommunication provider will soon commercially roll out its 5G network throughout the nation.
Vietnam To Issue E-Certificates For COVID-19 Vaccination
The National Centre for Technology on COVID-19 Prevention and Control electronic certificates for COVID-19 vaccinations will be issued at citizens’ requests.
AI-Assisted Teleconsultation to be Rolled Out in The Philippines
A leading international provider of telemedicine had recently developed an AI-assisted teleconsultation to assist people without needing to have face-to-face consultation during Covid-19.
EXCLUSIVE: Jordan Heldrich, Global Segment Marketing Manager, Barco on How Control Rooms Improve Operational Capabilities
Jordan discusses how control rooms appeal to organisations and industries in terms of workflows that they need to monitor or control as well as improving crisis management initiatives.
AI and IoT Changing the Face of New Zealand’s Dairy Farming
A New Zealand’s AI agricultural-tech company recently developed an AI technology designed to provide farmers with an “intelligent eye” to watch over the health of their herds and help with better production of milk.
Renewable Hydrogen Tech for Australian Alumina Refining
ARENA announced $579,786 in funding to study the potential to partially decarbonise its refining ops using renewable hydrogen and development required to implement hydrogen-fuelled calcination technology.
New National Booking System for Vaccination Programme in New Zealand
To ease the process of distribution of vaccines in New Zealand, the government has developed a new national booking system that will not only speed up the immunisation programme but also improve the country’s healthcare system.