Malaysian digital leaders gather to explore accelerating digital innovation strategies for sustainable growth for the nation since the acceleration of transformation brought by the pandemic.
The Singapore government is taking steps to make digital services more accessible; Singpass App will better support citizens with four of Singapore’s official languages – English, Tamil, Malay and Chinese – in the app.
The NIRYAT portal is another step in the country’s journey towards self-reliance: ‘Antmanirbhar Bharat’ and is expected to facilitate easier and more efficient exports to achieve the nation’s ambitious economic targets.
A Hong Kong-based product design firm has provided a donation to establish an Endowed Professorship in Spatial Science, to support PolyU’s continuous contributions to China’s space exploration projects.
Singapore is now using an augmented reality tour to imagine how the country will respond to sea-level rise and climate change in 2121 and beyond.
Vietnam’s transformation is based on 3 pillars: digital governance, digital economy and digital society; it has set a vision for the planning, management and sustainable development of urban areas by 2030 with a vision till 2045.
The innovation allows for the quick storage and retrieval of inventory which will improve enterprise competitiveness by allowing them to reduce errors, save labour and energy, and achieve greater efficiency.
The Philippine Space Agency is looking to strengthen the capacity of the local government units, researchers and the public through a new project to capacitate and enable various sectors to access and use space data.