The smart solution allows building facilities managers to keep track of the building’s aggregated water and electricity consumption and resulting carbon emissions.
U.S. Researchers are working on the quantum computing software that enables to simulate the physical complexity of the scientific problem for discovery.
Since the digital economy is driving the growth of Indonesia’s entire technology sector, it is vital for Indonesian citizens to use digital payments to support the country’s economic growth.
Australia’s spacecraft and satellites will better survive damaging radiation and extreme conditions thanks to $2.5 million in funding that will help create a national network of space testing facilities led by ANU researchers.
The new regulations aim to protect civil liberty on the internet, reduce discrimination between domestic and foreign service providers, and prevent the spread of fake information.
Cybercrime has been prevalent in the Philippines for a long time. The country is advised to upgrade its cybersecurity systems and train businesses on how to deal or manage threats.
Taiwan is implementing its “Smart City Taiwan” project by utilising technology to make its society more convenient in a variety of areas from smart transportation to smart education.
Projection mapping is a visual feast, a new kind of fireworks, an extraordinary form of entertainment with an enormous wow factor.
As a solution to net-zero, a machine that uses hydrogen aims to accomplish this goal of lowering New Zealand’s carbon emissions.
Breakthrough Australian hydrogen electrolyser tech developed at UOW will now be commercialised. The tech has been proven at lab-scale and the company, which has strong scientific, engineering and commercialisation experience, is now focused on developing and commercialising a full-scale system.