Singaporean students created a mobile app that aims to help users reduce food wastage through meal planning and keeping tabs on food expiration dates.
With companies advancing through technology across the world, New Zealand’s tech sector, too, continues to grow even during the pandemic.
HKSTP and a tech distributor have partnered to provide go-to-market and distribution support to tech ventures. Selected companies will be able to reach new customers and gain a footprint in GBA and overseas markets.
China developed an earthquake early warning network that will alert people from a quake’s epicentre a few seconds before the seismic waves for disaster reduction.
Despite the pandemic, data centre markets continue to thrive as global technology companies seek to build digital facilities to meet regional demand in the face of challenges.
Named ‘Greenhouse’, the hub will focus on climate tech start-ups and scaleups, offering cost-effective office space that enables emerging companies to expand into global markets.
The Indian government has provided US$5 million in non-refundable aid to help the Vietnamese Ministry of National Defence build an information technology (IT) system.
To encourage American girls to learn about cybersecurity, DHS and Girl Scouts of the USA launched the 2021 Girl Scout Cyber Awareness Challenge that promotes cybersecurity literacy and cybersecurity careers.
With demand for senior and experienced IT professionals with advanced skills growing, a cloud computing company launched an IT programme to encourage women into the sector.
Taiwan and Malaysia held a “Smart Medical” online showcase where many Taiwanese hospitals showcased their latest disease treatment technologies from dynamic image telemedicine service to latest trend of cancer surgical treatment.