CSA has established an online hygiene portal to serve as a one-stop cybersecurity platform for businesses, and it has partnered with other authorities on a cybersecurity labeling scheme for medical devices.
The partners will work together to train high-calibre ICT talent and connect industries to enhance the quality and technical content of ICT talent training in the region.
Researchers from IIT-Madras have developed software that enables users to feel textures from images as their finger moves across the screen. Existing touchscreens can only sense the location of the finger.
U.S. engineers have created sensors for face masks that can determine how well they fit. The technology detects contact between the mask and the wearer’s skin and measures biological and environmental changes.
RMIT has now opened Australia’s first university cloud supercomputing facility, which allows researchers to evaluate ideas and solutions up to 80 times faster than existing on-site servers, to industry partners.
The country has implemented the essential measures to support MSMEs, including the use of digital technologies and collaboration with other government agencies.
The Fixed and Mobile Benchmarking System Project (NetMesh) was recently rolled out by the National Telecommunications Commission with assistance from the Advanced Science and Technology Institute.