Singapore’s Quantum Engineering Programme will work with an aerospace company to develop and test quantum technologies as well as explore other potential research collaboration opportunities like quantum sensing.
With the theme of “5G Innovation for Digital Future”, ASTRI demonstrated its technologies and innovations that enhance the competitive strength of enterprises in Hong Kong, the Greater Bay Area and around the world.
The Philippines Climate Change Commission recently emphasised the importance of developing a science-based multi-sector approach to assisting the country in dealing with climate change and other environmental factors during the pandemic.
The annual programme will provide support for and connect AI start-ups, projects solutions, and products that would be utilised in e-commerce, focusing on training, coaching, and mentoring.
A handheld screening device can detect subtle misalignment of the eyes and accurately identifies children with amblyopia (lazy eye); paediatricians could use the device to catch the condition early.
A STEM precinct and automotive training facility are being built at Mabel Park State High School which will allow students to explore the latest automotive tech strengthen the school’s STEM curriculum.
Indonesia is said to be one of the fastest-growing digital economies in Southeast Asia, which is likely due to the country’s fintech sector and increased adoption of digital payments.
The consortium will focus on precision navigation, ground station infrastructure, processor-based satellites, hyperspectral vision, photogrammetry and synthetic aperture radar sensors and sensor fusion, among others.
The research team developed the intelligent soft robot with perception and adaptability through 4D printing; the whole process is automatic and the robot can complete tasks without human control.
Since the Philippines has always been prone to natural disasters, reducing disaster risk and strengthening the country’s disaster resilience is critical for the safety of the citizens.