With its reliability, low latency and ultrafast speeds, the IMDA has definitively identified 5G as the key enabler for Singapore’s growing digital economy.
The two sides have explored collaboration in digital transformation, technology solutions in the COVID-19 fight, cybersecurity, and 5G technology.
To ensure chemical and biological attacks in city subway systems can be quickly detected and mitigated, U.S. researchers developed biodetection sensor technology.
The 200K grant will help transform the industry to be more resilient and sustainable by building a Prawn Skills Digital Training Hub.
The Philippine electric vehicle (e-vehicle) industry aspires to create a country in which the use of electric vehicles is strongly promoted and supported by the government and society to achieve environmental sustainability.
The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the digital economy in China, including e-commerce, 5G, big data and AI; China is also focused on developing domestic innovation.
Mobile money will help citizens in remote parts of the country get access to paid services on the Internet, including healthcare, education, finance, jobs, and social security.
The University of South Australia will lead a world-first study, using artificial intelligence, to map the risks of the most fatal reproductive cancer in women worldwide so it can be detected and treated earlier.
More initiatives and development are being implemented by governments amid strengthening Singapore’s Industry 4.