In efforts to bolster Singapore’s digital economy journey, the Minister for Trade and Industry announced the first four companies to set up shop in the Punggol Digital District are expected to create about 2,000 new tech jobs.
To add an extra layer of protection beyond the usual password-based account security in cloud photo services, U.S. researchers developed a system that encrypts photos uploaded to cloud services so only authorised users can see them.
Through e-commerce sites, farming households will receive information about farm produce markets, predicted demand and production capacity, weather forecasts, and seed and fertilizer supply.
Globally-acclaimed innovation by local fintech companies will reinforce the city’s leadership as an international financial hub.
The health sector in New Zealand is now focusing on investing in digital technology research for issues such as disease monitoring, which should be a top priority for Aotearoa.
As a part of the nation’s smart city project, a Taiwanese company has designed a “Smart 3D Realty Fire Control System” which the Yilan County Fire Bureau deployed resulting in greater efficiency.
The A$ 2.1 million Digital Health CRC project will deliver live streams of clinical analytics and reporting information in the form of online dashboards to drive quality improvement, safety assurance and more efficient accreditation in hospitals.
New Zealand’s leading network company has launched its latest wireless broadband service and plans to expand its coverage to another half-million New Zealanders.
As a part of China’s three-year plan, China will build and accelerate the construction of data centre clusters in certain regions; the facility will support transformation in many sectors, from consumer products to digital information.
University of Queensland staff and students will participate in a year-long mobility-as-a-service trial that will allow them to plan, book and pay for multi-modal trips through an app.