Singaporean researchers are collaborating with Singapore’s electricity network to ensure a more reliable electricity distribution grid for Singapore by developing a machine learning platform.
As most industries are transitioning to e-payments, the Philippines’ health sector too has partnered with a leading e-payment company to provide best-in-class digital payment technologies for its healthcare system.
Converting ITIs into technology hubs will accelerate the up-skilling of the state’s youth workforce and provide better job opportunities.
Griffith Uni launched an AI video surveillance system to detect social distancing breaches in an airport. By keeping image processing gated to a local network of cameras, the team bypassed the traditional need to store sensitive data on a central system.
To accommodate patients’ access to services from health facilities integrated with the health software platform, a public fundraising application was introduced.
Post Smart allows customers to get their parcels at any time using their smartphones. The process takes only a few minutes without requiring direct contact with postal staff.
China is promoting science and technology by fostering innovation, supporting research and encouraging investment to help eliminate absolute poverty and improve socio-economic development.
New Zealand excels at developing technologies that enable sustainable production; thus, the Biotech and Agritech sectors will enable clean food systems for the benefit of people’s health as well as the country’s environmental sustainability.
To develop smart cities and create environmental sustainability, Taiwan combined technology with commerce to create a new green economy while supporting international efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The Philippines would be able to strengthen policymaking and service delivery by making better use of information and communications technology.