MPA and SMI funded 30 enterprises and research institutions to research, design, build and operate a fully electric harbour craft that is innovative and commercially viable.
The system, e-RUPI, is a cashless and contactless instrument for digital payments that acts as an e-voucher based on a QR code or SMS string that is delivered to the beneficiary’s mobile phone.
Several cross-faculty students at Indonesia’s Universitas Gadjah Mada have developed a crowd detection tool that can detect crowds by providing data on the number of people in the crowd.
The Yarrabah-based Community Controlled Health Organisation uses telehealth extensively to connect to specialists and allied health in more remote locations so patients don’t need to leave the community unnecessarily to access those essential services.
The Joint Cyber Defence Collaborative aims to help the U.S. defend against cyber threats to critical infrastructure by unifying cyber defence and promoting national resilience.
Healthcare in the Philippines is gradually becoming more digital, and the country now has the country’s first fully integrated health and wellness mobile app to improve citizens’ health.
The Vietnamese data centre market stood at US$858 million last year and is forecast to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of over 14.64% until 2026.
Three winning solutions were received awards at the HKUST-Sino One Million Dollar Entrepreneurship Competition. Two teams proposed solutions hoping to help save the planet, and the third was a technology to monitor athletes’ health.
A Philippine is looking to improve the experience of online teaching and learning by digitising the education industry and enabling digital transformation.
An HKSTP partner company has secured funding to build the world’s first giga factory in Jiashan, China, based on its patented WATMAR3 ultra-green, water-based manufacturing technology.