NUS Develops Moisture-Trapping Film Tech
The novel super-hygroscopic film technology enhances sweat evaporation within a personal protective suit, to create a cooling effect for better thermal comfort for users including healthcare and other frontline teams.
Fraud and Financial Crimes are on the Rise – What Should Banks and Governments do?
Government agencies and financial institutions collect and maintain large volumes of data in support of their operations – optimal use of data collection underpins the ability to identify and prevent fraud.
India, Israel Explore Quantum Technologies
India held an Indo-Israel workshop to deliberate on quantum technologies, evolve a joint quantum technology roadmap, and plan for developing technologies through a collaboration between both the two countries.
Philippines Harness ICT to Battle Natural Disasters
Digital technology is increasingly at the core of the Philippine government’s fight to reduce risks caused by natural disasters and other critical events.
Queensland Police Service Get New Tech
The government is backing the state’s police with the critical new equipment frontline officers need to do their job and has taken delivery of millions of dollars worth of new Body Worn Cameras and Tasers.
Taiwan Equips New Public Electric Buses with ADAS
To empower public transportation with ICT, Taiwan is deploying Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems in electric buses used for the public in Taipei.
China’s Digital Transformation Buoyed by Rising Computing Power
China’s computing power is on the rise and is seen as a major driver of its huge economic gains according to crucial observations by university-led comprehensive research.
New Zealand Government Agency to Fast Track Digital Farms
Knowing the transformative power of digital adoption, the AgriTech New Zealand Ministry is investing in a programme to help find digital solutions for the country’s farming.